Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA) staff

Services for Refugees and Immigrants

ReWA provides 8 wraparound social services for every member of the family. These services, delivered in over 50 languages and dialects, are designed to make a long-lasting impact in our clients’ lives and help them thrive in the Puget Sound community.


Register to Vote!

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Are you a US citizen 18 years of age or older?

Register now in English, Vietnamese, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Russian, or Somali.

To register to vote in the state of Washington, you must be:

  • A citizen of the United States
  • A legal resident of Washington state for at least 30 days prior to election day
  • At least 18 years old
    • If you are 16 or 17, you can sign up as a Future Voter and be automatically registered to vote when you qualify
  • Not disqualified from voting due to a court order
  • Not currently serving a sentence of total confinement in prison under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections for a Washington felony conviction
  • Not currently incarcerated for a federal or out-of-state felony conviction

For more information or assistance with registering, contact 206-793-2445


Join Us

IWD staff

Employment Opportunities

Many refugees and immigrants arrive in the U.S. with limited job histories and non-transferable skills, making it difficult to find employment. We also provide employment case management to our clients.

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Volunteer Opportunities

ReWA began in 1985 as a small group of refugee women who volunteered to support their community. 35 years later, we are grateful for the support of more than 200 volunteers each year who are central to our ReWA family.


Life Skills Curriculum

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