AAFSC empowers new immigrants with the tools they need to successfully acclimate to the world around them and become active participants in their communities.
Preventive Services Program
Ensuring children are protected and nurtured while stabilizing and strengthening families.
Assisting uninsured families and individuals in obtaining free or low-cost health insurance.
Adult Education and Literacy
Helping recent immigrants learn English, become active citizens, and successfully adapt to life in the United States.
Providing counselling, application assistance, and direct representation to immigrants navigating the American immigration legal system.
Encouraging youth to excel academically, develop positive leadership skills, and embrace diversity, tolerance, and peace.
Empowering survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, sexual assault, and stalking.
New Immigrants and Refugee Fund
On average, a newly-arrived refugee family in the United States has an International Organization for Migration (IOM) bill of $5,000 or more that they must pay back to cover their airfare to the United States. Without support from the New Immigrants and Refugees Fund, families are often left struggling to meet their basic needs in the face of this major expense. Our Fund fills a critical gap by offsetting major expenses for newly-arrived immigrants and refugees that no organization or entity is able to provide assistance towards.
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