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
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Immigrant Healthcare Rights Infographic

English, Arabic, Farsi. Spanish, Bengali

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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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