- Links to additional resources.
- This project strives to help eligible Emergency Aid to Elders, Disabled and Children (EAEDC) recipients attain U.S. citizenship.
- The Program to Enhance Elder Refugee Services (PEERS) links refugees to elder services in their communities through collaborations between elder service and community-based refugee service organizations.
- ORI offers a portfolio of health programs for refugees, including health assessments for new arrivals, eight months of MassHealth medical insurance coverage for the newest refugees and a small program of preventive health education and assistance.
- The grants support tutoring, parent outreach and other support services.
- ORI provides funding and technical assistance to grassroots refugee community organizations.
A coalition of refugee community organizations that help refugee newcomers to understand and navigate the systems that are part of everyday life
- The URMP takes responsibility for refugee children who arrive in the U.S. with no parent or guardian.
- This project strives to assist clients to become employed as early as possible after enrollment in Refugee Employment Services and to provide employed clients with post-placement support services that facilitate the achievement of financial stability.
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