About the SASCA Somali Community in Manchester UK

SASCA was founded by 6 Somali community organisations in 2007 as an independent organisation run by the Somali community. It identifies and addresses the needs of Somali adults in the City of Manchester through advocacy and information, low-level health and social care support, leisure activities, training, negotiating with and signposting to other agencies, and has good links throughout the Somali community in Greater Manchester.

SASCA aims to ensure its service users:

  • are aware of the full range of public services available and are able to access them;
  • have appropriate health and care support;
  • have social contact with others, both within and outside their own community;
  • have a healthy diet and take regular exercise;
  • can live safe and independent lives and reach their full potential, whether in work, education or Retirement.



Somali Adult Social Care Agency

Delivers advice services to all residents in the Manchester in the areas of:

  • welfare benefits
  • health
  • education
  • housing Benefit
  • council tax
  • debt issues
  • Immigration
  • Job search
  • Filling forms

The SASCA advice service is available

SASCA Centre: 153B Princess Road, Manchester, M14 4RE,

Phone: 01617102660   Email: info@sasca.org.uk

Drop in


Monday 10am-2pm Ahmed,Abdikarin,Gassim & Mohamed
Tuesday 10am-2pm Mawlid,Abdinasir,Abdikarin and Rooda
Wednesday 10am-2pm Mawlid, Abdi Nasir, and Rooda



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