Who We Are

The Cork Migrant Centre provides free, confidential, accurate and up-to-date information on access to services and immigration issues.

We are committed to supporting individuals and families at a vulnerable stage in their lives.

Our Vision

To create a world where immigrants and their families are treated with dignity, respect, welcome and belonging.

Our Aim

To support the rights of all immigrants, with special focus on the empowerment and inclusion of immigrants at risk of poverty, social exclusion, exploitation and discrimination.


Who is the Cork Migrant Centre for?

  • migrant workers
  • family members of migrants
  • family members of Irish citizens
  • international students
  • victims of trafficking
  • migrant victims of domestic or sexual violence
  • vulnerable migrants
  • undocumented migrants


English Classes: With the support of Cork ETB the Centre provides free English classes twice weekly.
Volunteers are always welcome to provide extra support with conversation.

Drop-in Centre

The Drop-In centre operates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10.00 to 15.00 to give accurate, current information, advocacy and referral on immigration, education, entitlements, accommodation, social and employment issues. The service is confidential, no appointment necessary.

Contact:               Mobile: 086 8246087 or 086 2641434; Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



“Pomost” Sobriety Club aims to promote a healthy, sober way of living among people with addiction and their families and to develop useful and satisfying interests among the club members by providing a   favourable environment for spending free time without alcohol, drugs or gambling.

Sobriety Club meeting: Friday, 6-8 pm

Contact:             087 0557603

Partner Organisations

Young People  More Info

Migrant Centre More Info

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