Lending a Helping Hand

RESOURCES FOR REFUGEES IN ARIZONA

 
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AIRS programs provide recently arrived refugees and legal immigrants with housing, food, clothing, translation as needed, English language instruction, job training, employment assistance, immigration services, referrals and other services.
Contact: sherwan.alqaderi@airsaz.org
602-365-0247

Kids for Peace

4425 West Olive Avenue #400
Glendale, AZ 85302
602-433-2440
Phoenix@Rescue.org

Ukraine Take Shelter

An independent platform helping to connect Ukrainian refugees with potential hosts and housing.

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Iskashitaa Refugee Network (IRN) creates opportunities to integrate United Nations refugees into the Southern Arizona community while educating the public, strengthening the local food system, reducing local food waste, and increasing food security.

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A team of Stanford medical students initiated a telehealth solution to connect Ukrainians in need of medical assistance to US and Ukraine-based physicians.

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Catholic Charities Community Services, a national leader in the effective, compassionate resettlement of thousands of refugees, provides a welcoming and supportive network to help those new to our country quickly gain independence and become productive members of their new community.

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Migration & Refugee Services (MRS) of CCS - Tucson provides resettlement services to welcome refugees into their new lives and community.

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Since 1975, LSS-SW has served some of the world’s most persecuted people living right here in Tucson and Phoenix. Violence and armed conflict chase millions of people from their homes, their families, and their countries, forcing them to seek safety in other countries around the world

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This organization celebrates resettled refugees, sharing strategic resources to accelerate  faster self-sufficiency and fuller integration

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Multi-pronged assistance center from the Latter-day Saints organization.