Refugees and immigrants face numerous barriers that prevent them from accessing mainstream public services including limited English proficiency, lack job-related skills, and unfamiliarity with U.S. cultural practices and systems.
ReWA’s bilingual case managers work one-on-one with clients to break down these barriers, restore hope, and help them thrive in the U.S.
- Food, education and application assistance (عربي Arabic)
- Information and referrals to help families access resources such as healthcare, government benefits, and childcare
- Assistance navigating American systems such as school enrollment and applying for a driver’s license
- Interpretation and advocacy
- Workshops to provide newcomers with information about services, health and nutrition, and financial literacy