Minnesota Council of Churches Refugee Services

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We provide specialized services for refugees and asylees to assist them on the path to self-sufficiency and support them as they work towards achieving their dreams. We strive to provide excellent, holistic, family-centered services that provide abundant support to refugees and their families.

Case management: intensive case management services for new arrivals, extended social service support, and families enrolled in the Refugee Supportive Housing Network.

Employment: professional employment counseling for refugee and asylee families receiving public assistance or enrolled in Match Grant.

Education: many different educational opportunities including New Arrivals Orientation, Financial Literacy, Computer Skills, Job Readiness, and more.

Immigration: assistance to help refugees on their path to citizenship and to reunite eligible family members who are overseas. MCC Refugee Services is recognized by the US Department of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals as an authorized provider of low-cost immigration assistance..

122 W. Franklin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
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