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Services Provided to Refugee Community
Arizona Refugee Resettlement Program
The Arizona Refugee Resettlement Program (RRP), is the single state agency responsible for the administration of the state’s refugee resettlement program and is managed under the State Refugee Coordinator (RRP). Services are administered by public and private agencies and include transitional cash, medical assistance, linguistic and culturally responsive services for refugees and other eligible beneficiaries. The goal of these services is to assist the resettlement of refugees through achieving economic self-sufficiency as quickly as possible. Visit their website to review details on various programs and offerings.
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
The IRC in Phoenix helps newly arrived refugees with rental assistance, access to healthcare, English language classes, job search, financial literacy classes, behavioral health; social services and immigration services toward residency and citizenship. Victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, asylees and victims of crime may also receive services from the IRC.
Download IRC Brochure (PDF).
Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County offers free English classes for adults at our two learning centers. Our services include computer-based instruction, small classes, one-to-one tutoring. We offer classes for all English levels, and adults can enroll at any time during the year. For more information, please call 602-274-3430.
Goodwill Career Centers of Central and Northern Arizona
Goodwill Employment Services are devoted to helping the community by fighting unemployment through no-cost career centers for the public. Whether someone needs help developing a resume, defining a skill set or applying for jobs, or simply brushing up on interviewing skills, Goodwill Career Centers can help!
Rio Salado College
College Bridge Pathways at Rio Salado College provides classes for non-high school graduates who wish to prepare for the GED Tests. We also offer English classes for individuals who are not native-English speakers who want to improve their English reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Finally, the college provides access to career counselors and advisors to assist students in transitioning to post-secondary education.