Resettlement services are provided to refugees and asylees who are approved for admission into the United States by the Department of State. These refugees have been forced to leave their homeland because of persecution based on race, religion or political affiliation. Resettlement services encourage refugees to achieve early economic self sufficiency and promote cultural integration.


  • Arrival preparation: Furniture, apartment set up, food, clothing, and airport reception
  • Initial Orientation: Education on life in America which covers employment, healthcare, childcare, transportation, American culture and laws, housing and safety
  • Post-Arrival Follow-up: Employment and ESL services, health screening, school enrollment, and any additional cultural adjustment referrals as needed.