OUR AGENCY'S OBJECTIVE
Our main objective is to assist our participants to resettle, integrate, recover, heal and reclaim their value and dignity in the State of Colorado and the United States of America. We hope to achieve this objective by working with licensed attorneys and other caregivers to provide legal assistance, health care, mental health care, and social services that help meet the basic human needs of victims and survivors seeking refuge and safety in Colorado. The Center for Immigrants uses a multi-disciplinary and community-based approach to service delivery.
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THERE ARE MORE DISPLACED PEOPLE TODAY THAN AT ANY TIME SINCE WORLD WAR 2
Every 2.7 seconds somewhere in the world a person is forced to leave their home due to war, violence, persecution or natural disasters. Over half of them are children. They will join the 19.5 million refugees (people who have fled their home country) and over 38 million internally displaced people (those who have fled their homes, but have not yet crossed an international border).
CENTER FOR IMMIGRANTS IS A 501(C)3 CHARITY. YOUR TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS HELP SUPPORT OUR CRITICAL WORK
Please send checks to: Center For Immigrants 2055 S. Oneida St, Suite 290 Denver, CO 80224
Our community attorneys help survivors of torture, victims of war trauma, human rights abuse victims, asylumn seekers to prepare and file their cases with the United States Citizenship Immigration Services (USCIS) to assist the victims and survivors of torture to recover, heal and resettle in Colorado.
Refugees come to the U.S. to start a new life. They work hard to find jobs and provide for their families but often arrive to the U.S. after years without access to proper medical care, and in many cases work for employers who do not provide health insurance. Center For immigrants refers survivors and their families to health care providers in the community.
Our mental health department offers a unique support system that simultaneously helps participants throughout the healing process while assisting in their integration to their new community.
This department is responsible to ensure that our participants are provided with essential services such as food, shelter, clothing, transportation, English Language skills and Computer education.
PLEASE HELP US SUPPORT A FAMILY FORCED TO FLEE
“I had always hoped that this land might become a safe and agreeable asylum to the virtuous and persecuted part of mankind, to whatever nation they might belong.” » George Washington