A Caseworker meets refugees at the airport and takes them to a furnished apartment.
Refugee clients learn about the services the resettlement agency provides as well as American laws and cultural practices.
Caseworkers work with clinics to provide physical exams, vaccines, and specialist referrals.
Caseworkers help clients apply for Social Security cards as well as temporary health and medical benefits.
A school liaison helps children enroll in school and families learn about school policies, transportation, and important contacts.
Agencies help prepare clients for the American workplace by teaching them interview skills and workplace etiquette.
Refugee-serving agencies build and maintain connections with employers. The agencies work to find appropriate jobs and monitor how new employees settle in.
The primary aim of the US Refugee Resettlement Program is to help refugees become self-sufficient as quickly as possible.