Refugee Resettlement

By USCRI August 12, 2020

USCRI has resettled over 350,000 refugees from around the world in communities across the U.S. USCRI provides a package of short-term assistance that helps newly settled individuals and families begin their new lives and become connected to their communities. Volunteers are the mainstay of this support–helping their new neighbors enroll their children in school, get driver’s licences, access social services and health care, as well as acculturate themselves to their new communities. It is a shared experience of building bridges and promoting America’s aspiration of inclusiveness that has defined us since our founding.

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