- Immigration status and eligibility for public funds
- Public funds for immigration purposes
- Eligibility for other publicly funded services
- Social services’ support - introduction
- Social services’ support – referrals
- Social services’ support – exclusion
- Social services’ support – children within families
- Social services’ support – adults
- Unaccompanied children & young people leaving care
- Assessments when the exclusion applies
- Reviews and ending support
- Pathways out of destitution
- Social services’ support - NRPF service delivery
- EEA nationals and family members
- Asylum seekers
- Survivors of trafficking and modern slavery
- Useful information and other services
- Upcoming legislative changes
This guidance has been written and produced by the No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) Network (Catherine Houlcroft) and JustRight Scotland (Jen Ang).
It was supported by a Steering Group, which was attended by the following representative agencies and members: COSLA (Eloise Nutbrown, Andrew Morrison, Ania Tajsiak); Scottish Government (Nathalie Ledger, Jackie Walder, Aileen Harding); Edinburgh City Council (Sean Bell, Alistair Dinnie); Glasgow City Council (Susanne Millar, Margaret Ball); Inverclyde Council (Jim Laird); British Red Cross (Jillian McBride, Phil Arnold); Scottish Refugee Council (Esther Muchena).
The Steering Group would like to acknowledge the input and contribution of members of the No Recourse to Public Funds Network in Scotland, Shelter Scotland (Fiona McPhail & Chris Ryan); NHS Health Scotland (Emma Doyle); ALACHO (Tony Cain); Colin Turbett; Scottish Women’s Aid (Jo Ozga) and colleagues within COSLA and the Scottish Government.