Immigrant/Refugee Support Groups

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    Taxonomy Code: PN-8100.4500-330

    Mutual support groups whose members are immigrants, refugees, temporary workers and other newcomers. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; and allow participants to share their experience, strengths and hopes to solve the problems they have in common and to address the cultural transition and quality of life issues that affect them all.

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    Battered Immigrants - SLV Immigrant Resource CenterThe Por TI Misma program helps undocumented persons in abusive relationships with legal permanent residence through the Violence Against Women Act.Alamosa CountyCriminal Justice & Legal (SLV) - SLV Immigrant Resource CenterSLV Immigrant Resource Center
    Immigrant services (SLV) - SLV Immigrant Resource CenterIRC Immigrant services include: Citizenship, Legal Residency, Work Permits, Free Initial Consultations, Pro Bono Attorney Referrals, Translations, Immigrant Advocacy Alamosa CountyTarget Populations (SLV) - SLV Immigrant Resource CenterSLV Immigrant Resource Center
    Services to Immigrants and Refugees - Plaza Program - Denver Public LibraryOffers one-on-one assistance and support to immigrants, refugees and asylee families working on personal goals at 10 library branch locations throughout Denver; services provided include the following: - Assistance with reaching personal goals in employment, education, and skills-building - Citizenship exam and interview practice - English Conversation Tables to increase confidence and self-sufficiency - Arts and crafts for families to relax and express themselves - Referrals to community resources Plaza Program is offered at various branch locations and times vary by branch; see helpful tips below. Denver CountyDenver Public LibraryDenver Public Library

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