REFUGEE RESOURCES 


Resettlement Support


A La Source

Peace, Healing & Reconciliation in Christ’s Name. Meeting physical, emotional and Spiritual needs for Refugees, Immigrants and the Community.

  • 1532 Galena St #255, Aurora, CO 80010
  • (303) 856-7870

African Community Center

At the African Community Center, we accept refugees who have fled persecution in their home country and have received third country resettlement through the UNHCR and the U.S. State Department. Refugees come to Colorado from all regions of the world. ACC welcomes people from countries as diverse as Burma, Bhutan, Iraq, Somalia, DR Congo, and more. 

  • 5250 Leetsdale Dr. Suite 200 Denver, CO 80246
  • (303) 399-4500

Catholic Immigration Services 

CIS provides more than legal services to immigrants. CIS preserves and reunites families. CIS provides access and opportunity. CIS provides assistance for those with valid legal claims to status in the U.S. In doing so, we contribute to a more just and humane society by providing equitable access to legal services, fostering and preserving the family structure through family reunification, and promoting self-esteem through acquisition of legal status.  

  • 4045 Pecos St. Denver, Colorado 80211
  • (303) 742-4971

Asian Pacific Development Center 

The Asian Pacific Development Center of Colorado (APDC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supporting the Asian American Pacific Islander community. For 30 years we have been committed to providing culturally appropriate health, mental health, and related services to our communities. We employ a holistic approach to address the total well-being of individuals and families.

  • 1537 Alton St, Aurora, CO 80010
  • (303) 923-2920

Colorado Welcome Back 

Colorado Welcome Back, a program of Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning, helps foreign-trained healthcare professionals re-establish careers in healthcare in Colorado. The program, established in 2010, is funded by the Colorado Refugee Services Program and the Colorado Health Foundation.

  • 1373 Grant Street,  Denver CO 80203
  • (303) 569-8634

Colorado African Organization

CAO is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to support refugees and immigrants from all over the world in their resettlement efforts through health, education, social and advocacy programs, primarily in the Denver area. Since our inception, CAO’s mission has expanded to include providing the same quality services and advocacy support to all refugees and immigrant.

  • 6795 E Tennessee Ave # 250, Denver, CO 80224
  • (303) 953-7060

Community Enterprise Development Services

Provides assistance to recently arrived refugees and asylees in the Denver Metro area on their path towards the American Dream of financial self-sufficiency through asset ownership, business ownership and financial capability services.  Helps people to obtain micro-loans,  group based training, individualized couching and technical assistance to start or expand a business, provides group based training, individualized couching and Technical Assistance in the process of asset goals realization and provides financial capability services tied with establishment and/or fix credit.

  • 1450 S. Havana St. #504, Aurora, CO 80012
  • (303) 569-8165

Global Bhutanese Community Colorado

A community-based non-profit organization founded to help New Refugees living in the state of Colorado to achieve a better quality of life. The GBCC strives to achieve this goal through need-based community development projects in the state of Colorado. Its role is to support and empower needy individuals, new refugee families and provide direction for successful integration into the mainstream community.

  • 1537 Alton Street, Aurora, Co 80010
  • 1-980-277-1213


Mango House

Services for people for former refugees (assimilation services, free immunizations and help with getting a green card, dental services).

  • 1532 Galena suite 380 Aurora, CO 80010
  • (720) 460-1393

 

 

Metro Migrant Education Program

Metro Migrant Education Program aims to empower migrant families to improve their quality of life. The Metro Migrant Education Programs mission is to Identify, recruit and support migrant families by providing services effectively, allowing them to achieve their educational goals.

  • 15701 E. 1st Avenue, Suite 217, Aurora, CO 80011
  • (303) 365-5817

Project Worthmore

Project Worthmore is continuously working to restore worth to our refugee neighbors through the heart of our community. 
Every family we serve has a unique story, a steadfast courage, and a resilience to survive and rebuild their lives here in Colorado.

  • 1532 Galena suite 380 Aurora, CO 80010
  • (720) 460-1393

Self-Sufficiency for Refugees


Adult Education & Family Literacy Directory 

CDE's Adult Education and Family Literacy Office (AEFL) administers the federally-funded adult education grant program in Colorado, as authorized by the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA). 

  • 201 East Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80203
  • (303) 866-6600

Boulder Library Free Citizenship Classes 

Preparation class for the United States Citizenship test. No registration required.  Boulder Library Locations can be found at https://boulderlibrary.org/locations.  

  • (303) 441-3100

 


Global World Denver

WorldDenver is a non-profit community organization dedicated to advancing a deep understanding of global affairs and cultures.  Supported by individuals, businesses and foundations, WorldDenver engages globally-minded Coloradans in a direct, personal dialogue with each other and with elected officials, civic leaders and professionals from around the world.

  • PO Box 40396 Denver, CO 80204   

Somali Community Classes Center of Colorado

The aim is to provide the Somali Community with assistance to become self-sufficient providing education, access to technology, and assistance to integrate into the American society. Also to reach out to other, under-served Communities.

  • 1582 S Parker Road Suite 201 Denver, CO 80231
  • (303) 369-5998

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