Here for the greater migrant community.

Everyone who’s new to the United States is welcome here. You belong in our community, and we’re here to make the transition a little easier.

Here for the greater migrant community.

Everyone who’s new to the United States is welcome here. You belong in our community, and we’re here to make the transition a little easier.

Our refugee and immigrants neighbors are all valued members of our community.

Banking & financial literacy

Arriving in a new country is complicated, especially when you have to get set up with things like bank accounts and driver’s licenses– which are complicated for anyone, but especially if you don’t speak the language. We can help you through the process!

Municipal ID program

Having a valid photo ID helps you do lots of things in the United States, like open a bank account or anything else that requires you to prove your identity. Municipal IDs are incredibly helpful for undocumented residents, and we’re here to help you get yours. Click here for more information.

Daily life assistance

Finding your footing a new country is overwhelming, from obtaining a driver’s license to communicating with your children’s school. Let us help shoulder some of that burden. We can help facilitate meetings with schools or even help get a Kroger card to save on groceries.

Banking & financial literacy

Arriving in a new country is complicated, especially when you have to get set up with things like bank accounts and driver’s licenses– which are complicated for anyone, but especially if you don’t speak the language. We can help you through the process!

Municipal ID program

Having a valid photo ID helps you do lots of things in the United States, like open a bank account or anything else that requires you to prove your identity. Municipal IDs are incredibly helpful for undocumented residents, and we’re here to help you get yours.

Daily life assistance

Finding your footing a new country is overwhelming, from obtaining a driver’s license to communicating with your children’s school. Let us help shoulder some of that burden. We can help facilitate meetings with schools or even help get a Kroger card to save on groceries.

You don’t have to do it alone.

As part of the greater migrant community, you’re part of our family. Adjusting to life in a new place is hard enough already – let us help you with things like navigating public transportation, registering your children for school, or anything else you need to make daily life a little easier.

“The experience so far has been very fruitful, we are making progress in learning the English language, as well as learning to integrate into the community. The teachers are very professional. Our fellow students, most of them Hispanics, are very nice and eager to get ahead.”

Afghan refugees need your support.

Supporting our refugee neighbors makes Central Arkansas a better home for all of us. Through strategic partnerships we meet weekly with 40-50 refugee students for ESL courses at the Hilary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center. We work closely with one of these families at our Resource Center to help sponsor more incoming families. But we can’t do it without your help.

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