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USCRI
Vermont

USCRI Vermont, formerly the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, has been welcoming newcomers to Vermont since 1980. In the last 40 years, over 8,000 refugees have started new lives in Vermont with assistance from USCRI. Refugees resettled in Vermont come primarily from Bhutan, Bosnia, Burma, Burundi, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Vietnam. Newly arrived refugees receive a comprehensive set of linguistically and culturally appropriate services, with a goal of attaining self-sufficiency. These include Reception & Placement, Cultural Orientation, Intensive Case Management, Housing Placement, Health and Wellness, Transitional Cash Assistance, Workforce Development, Reach Up Case Management, Interpretation and Translation, Youth Empowerment and Mentoring, Digital Literacy, English Language Learning, Citizenship Classes, Community Partnership, and Volunteer Support.

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There are a number of ways to volunteer, either locally or through a fundraiser or campaign. Find a local field office near you or check out our ongoing fundraisers and sponsorships to see how you can help. We also participate in corporate sponsorships.

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Meet USCRI Vermont’s Noel Mukiza

Yambu (Hello), my name is Noel Mukiza and I am the Program Coordinator for the Wilson Fish-TANF Coordination Program also...

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Making a Difference in the...

“I felt a calling to return to the school system to build cultural and linguistic bridges for refugee and immigrant...

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Meet Yoga Subedi: USCRI Vermont’s...

Yoga Subedi is USCRI Vermont’s full-time Nepali and Hindi interpreter and translator. Yoga was resettled by USCRI in 2009, and...

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