In partnership with the State of Minnesota’s Refugee Program Office, Resettlement Network Services are provided through the YMCA Refugee Hubs.
These services are designed to help immigrants, referred to as newcomers, fully integrate into American society and prepare to receive communities to be welcoming and inclusive.
Resettlement Network Services include the following:
- Family Assisters – Family Assisters case managers work with families to resolve immediate needs and connect them to community resources to strengthen those families’ wellbeing. See 'getting started' below for more information.
- Immigration Specialists – Immigration specialists support people via legal services on their path to becoming U.S. citizens.
- Employment Specialists – Employment specialists assist families in securing and maintaining employment.
- Family Coaches – Family Coach case managers mentor families about vocational pathways and employment goals.
- Community Orientation – The YMCA and its consortium partners provide education for refugees’ integration, such as getting involved in their new community, understanding public transportation, and more.
Please complete the Family Assister Referral (FAR) Form below to access Family Assister services. You may also learn more about the program from the PDF brochure.