We offer an extensive orientation and provide hands-on experiences to ensure our new neighbors are able to navigate, participate in, and feel a sense of belonging in their new communities.
Links to health care
We help newcomers understand exactly how and where to obtain the professional and compassionate medical and mental health care they need.
The human basics
When we welcome uprooted people into our neighborhoods, we support them to obtain the basic shelter, food, and clothing they need to start their lives.
We guide people through the employment search and job placement process to enable them to quickly earn livable wages and achieve self-sufficiency.
Trusted legal representation
Our knowledgeable and passionate team of paid and volunteer advocates guides people through complex legal situations, helping to properly submit forms and present cases.
The path to independence begins with access to a solid education. We manage and implement language and job skill development programs for adults and enroll children in school.
USCRI provides interpreters for our clients. Our interpreters are continuously educated in professional ethics, working in a wide variety of settings including legal, social services, and educational. They are educated in the issues of confidentiality, accuracy, professionalism, and other factors that ensure successful interpreting.