How will President Trump’s Executive Order affect refugees in America?
In helping to create a home-away-from-home, we assist government-approved refugees in becoming self-sufficient through cultural orientation, job development, family reunification and resettlement. We assist newcomers approved by the federal government in securing housing, food, clothing and other necessities, accessing experienced social workers, gaining jobs, life and language skills, and otherwise assimilating into the nation’s fourth largest city.
- After-School Program
- Airport Reception
- Case Management
- Cultural Orientation
- Employment Training and Job Placement
- Financial Assistance
- Referrals to Social Service Agencies
- Vocational Training
- Must be legally admitted to the United States as a refugee, asylee, Cuban entrant, victim of severe trafficking, or other population deemed eligible by the Health & Human Service Office of Refugee Resettlement.
- Must be within Office of Refugee Resettlement five-year eligibility period (from date of arrival in the US/date of asylum certification).
Services are free to all eligible clients
Services are provided at 2900 Louisiana St, Houston, TX 77006