Resources on this page are free to download and use.
If you know of any other resources that may be available to distribute to the Refugee Community, please let us know!
Financial Capability Resource Guide
The purpose of this notice is to provide information about financial capability resources to child care providers and parents and to encourage you to consider the potential role of financial capability services in the work that you do. Financial capability is the capacity, based on knowledge, skills, and access, to manage financial resources effectively. Building this capacity is a critical aspect to supporting the vision of the Administration for Children and Families (ACF): children, youth, families, individuals, and communities who are resilient, safe, healthy, and economically secure. The Office of Child Care is taking the opportunity provided by National Financial Capability Month to highlight the importance of financial capability for Child Care and Development Fund participants/clients.
DeKalb County Resource Guide
Somali Refugee Women’s Health Video’s from ORR
See video’s at link below:
Trauma-Informed Care for Displaced Populations
Resources to Unite Communities
Raising Young Children In A New Country
Suicide Prevention Resource for Refugees
USCIS Civics Test Questions and Answers in Nepali
Refugee 101 and Cultural Competency Training
Suicide Prevention Posters
Please take advantage of the posters below to assist in fighting Suicide in the Refugee Population.
Bhutanese Suicides Report (NEW!)
Health Resources from USCRI
The U.S Committe for Refugees and Immigrants has compiled a great repository for Health-related Resource material. These Healthy Refugee Toolkits are available for download and are translated into some of the major Refugee languages. Please visit their site and share this information!
Refugee Social Service Provider Directory
Download and print out this great resource!
Welcome to the USA.gov
This website is a great source of information for Refugees and Agencies serving them. Many resources are available including:* Locating an ESL class in your area. * Learning how to apply for U.S Citizenship. * Help with preparing for the Naturalization Test. * Finding Volunteer Opportunities in your area. * A list of State Refugee Coordinators and Agencies that provide assistance to Refugees.
In addition to the above resources, the following printable documents are available:
How do I?
Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants
“I Speak” Cards
To spread the word among Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals about their rights to free interpretation and translation services, Culture Connect, Inc. also uses “I Speak” cards. These are two-sided bilingual cards with printed information about Language Access Rights, as well as a statement that requests an interpreter. Please go to the below website to download the materials.
Welcome to the U.S. Guidebooks
The Cultural Orientation Resource Center has various translated resources available free for download on their website. Below are the Welcome to the U.S. Guidebooks in 12 languages. Other resources are available at their website including phrasebooks, orientation videos and cultural profiles.