At Immigrant Welcome Center, our mission is to empower immigrants by connecting them to the resources they need to thrive. We support this through our programming and work with community partners and local leaders. Scroll down to learn more.
What We Do
About Our Work
Immigrant and Refugee Support
Immigrant Welcome Center Connect Resource Database
Our resource database, powered by Aunt Bertha, is a free tool available to community members seeking information about local resources and programs. This database is available in multiple languages and even provides information about documentation requirements for various programs. Click here to learn more.
Our multilingual helpline, available in more than 200 languages, is powered by our staff and Natural Helpers. Immigrants and refugees who have questions about local resources can call this line between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and receive personalized help. Please call our toll-free number at 1-866-711-1342.
Natural Helpers Program
Reuben Education Series
Each month we host live discussions featuring guest speakers from various industries and fields. These discussions span topics like immigration policy, public health policy, and local current events. Click here to visit our Facebook page and view our upcoming events.
Naturalization and Legal Assistance
We offer virtual citizenship classes that help prepare Lawful Permanent Residents for their next steps of becoming naturalized US citizens. Classes last nine weeks and include an interactive workbook, exam practice lessons, and mock-interviews. Click here for registration information.
We also offer free assistance with completing the N-400 Application for Naturalization through our partners at Citizenshipworks and through quarterly citizenship workshops where we connect volunteer attorneys to Lawful Permanent Residents who are ready to begin the application process. Click here to contact our Legal Coordinator for registration.
English Language Literacy
Adult ELL Pathway to Literacy Project
Our Pathway to Literacy Project connects individuals to local English classes where they can begin to master their written and verbal language skills. We also offer referrals and enrollment support to individuals who have limited literacy in their native languages. Click here to learn more.
Community Partner Support
We offer one-on-one consultations to local agencies who are looking to improve their capacity of working with immigrant and refugee populations. Click here to contact our Community Impact Coordinator and schedule a virtual appointment.
Partner Power Calls
Each week we convene our Partner Power Calls that feature more than 30 representatives from local partner agencies. During these sessions, we brainstorm solutions for the challenges immigrants and refugees are facing in our community. Click here to contact our Community Impact Coordinator and register for our next session.
Navigating Culture and Bias Training
Our Navigating Culture and Bias training is a highly interactive and challenging workshop that provides teams with an opportunity to unpack the layers of culture, privilege, and power while identifying how these concepts create opportunities to work effectively with immigrants and refugees. Click here to learn more.