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Helping Refugee and Immigrant Families Adjust to Life in the U.S.

Each year, thousands of people arrive in the United States as refugees or immigrants. Some refugees are children who arrive as unaccompanied minors, having been separated from their families abroad as they fled violence or disaster. In partnership with local churches and community agencies, Bethany Christian Services welcomes refugee and immigrant families and helps them adjust to a new life in the United States.  

Middle East Refugee Crisis

Refugees arrive on land in a boat.

You can help Middle Eastern refugee families in crisis now. Learn more about what Bethany Refugee Services can do with your help. 

Refugee & Immigrant Foster Care

Refugee Foster Care Spotlight

Often refugee families are separated between the time they leave their home and when they arrive in the U.S. When this happens, family reunification is difficult and children are considered unaccompanied minors. The only option for these children is to be cared for by a refugee foster care family. 

Center for Healing Torture Trauma

Refugee Center for Healing Torture Trauma Spotlight

Providing counseling to assist refugees and immigrants who have been victims of torture.

Refugee and Immigrant Employment Services

Refugee Employment Spotlight

Connecting with local businesses to help refugees find employment.

Refugee and Immigrant Resettlement

Refugee and Immigrant Resettlement Spotlight

Connects refugee and immigrant families with churches and community resources to help them adjust to their new life in the U.S.

Transitional Living Center

Refugee Transitional Living Center Spotlight

A residential program that helps older refugee and immigrant youth adjust to a new culture by providing education, training in independent living, and therapy.