Get help See a caseworker See a caseworker Caseworkers are on hand throughout the year to offer advice, advocacy and practical assistance. Our casework and advice service is open to all; you do not need to have a local connection to speak to one of the team. Ask to speak to a caseworker at one of our partner day centres. Please arrive early and ask staff at the centre if you can make an appointment to speak to a Glass Door caseworker. Glass Door staff are a credit to humanity. I genuinely feel my caseworker actually cares about me. Caseworkers help individuals with a range of issues, including: accessing accommodation accessing other specialist services such as drug, alcohol and mental health services. obtaining birth certificates and other forms of lost or stolen ID opening bank accounts when possible registering with a GP and dental services writing CVs and applying for jobs dealing with benefit issues accessing storage returning to country of origin, when appropriate maintaining accommodation applying for the EU Settlement Scheme and understanding your legal rights around your immigration status Glass Door offers an personalised approach. Our caseworkers will accompany guests to appointments if needed, and advocate on their behalf. The fact that we are flexible and can take on a range of things means we can have a big impact on someone's outcome. Glass Door is committed to safeguarding data. If you are a guest of our services and want to know how Glass Door uses your personal information, please refer to this document. Glass Door holds the Advice Quality Standard, the quality mark for organisations that provide advice to the public on social welfare issues and is accredited by the Advice Services Alliance. Those that turn to us can be assured that we have met specific criteria that demonstrate a commitment to quality.