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Refugees & Immigrants

Who Are Our Refugees?

School Resources

Refugee Children in U.S. Schools: A Toolkit for Teachers and School Personnel


Newcomer Toolkit: The Newcomer Tool Kit is designed to help U.S. educators; elementary and secondary teachers, principals, and other school staff who work directly with immigrant students—including asylees and refugees—and their families.

Pashto and Dari Resources: Flashcards, intro workbook, math numbers, and more ideas in Pashto and Dari to English.

Ukrainian Resource Guide: A resource guide for families who need health screening, mental health support, or other resources.

Supporting New Students to America (UEN) School Resources

Resources for Families

Supporting New Students to America (UEN) Parent Resources
Supporting New Students to America (UEN) Student Resources
Refugee and Immigrant Center: "We are devoted to helping clients become more self-sufficient in their daily lives, and aim to reduce the barriers that refugees and immigrants face when adapting to life in the U.S."
Utah Refugee Connection: Utah Refugee Connection creates meaningful connections between refugees, the community, and public and private organizations which support refugees in developing self-sufficient and fulfilling lives.

Our Partners

Catholic Community Services (CCS): "For over 45 years, Catholic Community Services of Utah has provided specialized foster care services to hundreds of unaccompanied children from around the world. These children entered the U.S. without their parents or an adult to care for them."
Asion Association of Utah (AAU): "In 1977, a group of Asian refugees and immigrants living in Utah saw a need for additional supports and services beyond the scope of existing resettlement agencies. At that time, Utah was a key resettlement state for refugees coming from Southeast Asia, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, and other Asian countries. In response to this need, the Asian Association of Utah was founded in a small classroom."
International Rescue Committee (IRC): "The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future. In more than 40 countries and in 26 U.S. cities, our dedicated teams provide clean water, shelter, health care, education and empowerment support to refugees and displaced people. Here are highlights of our impact over the last year:"

How to Help

Jordan Education Foundation (JEF) is taking donations to help fund field trips, activities, educational supplies, etc. Donations can be made to JEF, account number 75-055-9975-8287-599

Utah Refugee Connection is looking for donated items to help during the pandemic.

Volunteer: If you would like to help chaperone field trips, tutor students, translate during school, etc please contact Toni Brown or Shasta Burton.