Offers cash assistance, medical assistance, behavioral health services, English language training, care for unaccompanied refugee minors, case management, employment services, and educational help for children. Project of AZ Dept. of Economic Security.
Housing, immigration, employment, and community programs include the Dolores Shelter Program, Richard M. Cohen Residence, Community Planning & Development, Mission SRO Collaborative, Immigrant Legal & Education Network, Deportation Defense and Legal Advocacy, African Advocacy Network, Casa Quezada, Day Labor Program & Women’s Collective, and the Valencia Community Center.
Free Immigration Services – Bi-weekly clinics, call to reserve a space, (415) 282-6209.
One of 104 national affiliates of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Help for newcomers to get on their feet and become self-sufficient. Provides case management in 20 languages. Provide housing (30-120 days), household goods, food, case management, cultural and community orientation, orientation to public transport, loaning cars for job interviews, interpretation at social security services and schools and doctors appointments, referrals to other services, matching with volunteers, employment training, resume building, computer training, legal immigration services. There are also walk in clinics to help (must call ahead for an appointment). Resettlement and placement services available to new arrivals. Employment services available to refugees and asylees living in Northern Virginia up to 5 years after arrival/asylum approval.
In Arlington, Alexandria, Annandale, Fredericksburg, Manassas.
Also provides resources for employers, volunteers and parishes.
Helps refugees achieve self-sufficiency and integration. Responsible for administering Virginia’s Refugee Resettlement Program. Resources for refugees include social services, settlement services, public benefit and employment programs and their qualifications. Lists service providers throughout the state. Eligible populations: refugees admitted into the US, asylees, Cuban or Haitian entrants admitted into the US, Afghans and Iraqis given special immigrant visas, victims of human trafficking, and children of Asian mothers and American fathers born between 1962 and 1975.
Aims to assist and empower refugees by teaching self-sufficiency. Services provided by Commonwealth Catholic Charities’ Refugee Resettlement program include employment placement and orientation, English instruction, educational planning, family mentorship, and case management. This organization is seeking volunteers and operates in the Hampton Roads, Richmond, and Roanoke areas.
The Catholic Charities West Virginia Refugee Resettlement Services provides language, immigration and job placement services to recently arrived refugees in West Virginia along with information on becoming a refugee sponsor. There are 3 offices located in the cities of Martinsburg, Moorefield, and Charleston.
Nationally recognized non-profit works to help refugee women and their families thrive in the Puget Sound region. The organization’s services include: ESL classes, job training, relocation assistance, naturalization and legal assistance, youth and adult education, mental health support, and domestic violence assistance. Services are available in over 50 languages and dialects.
Offers refugee resettlement, employment & language training, and citizenship help. Also offers Christian worship service to people detained at Tacoma, WA, Immigrant detention center.
Provides refugees and legal immigrants with shelter, food, clothing, employment training & assistance, English language classes, translation, and referrals. Also provides help with relative petitions, citizenship, permanent residency, replacement of lost or stolen documents, special protected status deferred enforced departure, and family unification.
RIAC is a community-based, non-profit, grassroots human service agency that provides comprehensive services to refugees, asylees, and immigrants as well as the larger community.