Resource Library for Refugees and Immigrants
Welcome to USCRI’s online resource center for refugees and immigrants! Here you can find manuals, pamphlets, brochures, and more on a variety of resettlement topics. Please note that all materials are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat 7.0 or later to read.
USCRI's resources on child migrants have been developed to assist in providing pro bono legal and social services for unaccompanied migrant children as they navigate the U.S. Immigration Courts.
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USCRI’s health resources have been developed over time with cooperation from government agencies, ethnic communities, and local experts to create culturally and linguistically appropriate materials. The Healthy Living Toolkit, Food and Nutrition handouts, and Mental Health resources are all included in this section.
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USCRI’s Burundian program, Supporting the Successful Integration of Burundian Refugees, developed culturally and linguistically appropriate educational materials targeted specifically to the 1972 Burundians. Life Skills for Burundian Refugees versions 1, 2, and 3; Burundian Media Kit; Burundian Refugees in the News; and More Burundian Stories are included here.
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Family Strengthening Resources
The Refugee Family Strengthening Program has developed Relationship Enhancement materials in a variety of languages.
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Cultural orientation materials provide comprehensive guides for service providers, community members, and refugees themselves with the information needed to thrive in the United States.
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Financial literacy is an important skill to nurture in order to achieve self-sufficiency in the United States. Service providers, financial professionals, and refugee and immigrant students are all encouraged to use these financial literacy materials.
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Learn more about the options that victims of crime have for obtaining restitution.
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