U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants Detroit’s Guides to Community Resources

By USCRI February 12, 2021

To help Detroit’s refugee and immigrant families navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, USCRI Detroit, in partnership with the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, launched a multi-lingual COVID-19 Immigrant Awareness campaign.  Through this campaign, USCRI Detroit held multi-lingual information sessions and produced a community resource guide and relevant infographics in English, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, and Bengali.  The Community Resource Guide lists local community service providers in the areas of affordable COVID-19 testing and healthcare services,   food, housing, and other basic needs support, and employment and vocational training opportunities. Multi-lingual infographics also include:  Immigrant Healthcare Rights, Accessing Public Assistance, and  Affordable COVID-19 Testing and Treatment Providers.  Please feel free to explore these resources here.

Community Resource Guide

English, Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, Bengali

Immigrant Healthcare Rights Infographic

English, Arabic, Farsi. Spanish, Bengali


Accessing Public Assistance Infographic

English, Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, Bengali

Affordable COVID-19 Testing & Treatment Providers Infographic

English, Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, Bengali


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