Welcome to RSC

Meeting Needs, Building Self-Sufficiency

Assisting

local refugees with access to services and providers

Fostering

a greater understanding among agencies and groups of the local refugee community

Facilitating

refugees’ transition to life in the United States while maintaining their cultural and ethnic identities

Advocating

for refugees’ needs and interests

The world is experiencing the largest refugee crisis in global history.

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An unprecedented 65.6 million have been forcibly displaced from their homes because of violence, persecution, and war.

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There are currently 26.5 million registered refugees in the world – the highest number in history.

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Current US policy increased this year’s number of refugee admissions for the upcoming year to 125,000, the highest since 1993. 

Serving Refugees

Services provided on an ongoing basis include after-school tutoring, citizenship and English classes as well as monthly distributions of food and diapers. However, most refugees are seen on an “as needed” basis for a variety of services.

Refugee Perspectives

RSC Volunteer Application

Interested in volunteering with the Refugee Support Center? Please complete the application form below, and a member of our staff will be in touch with you soon.