Resources

Housing and Community Mobilization

We strive to support affordable housing in welcoming communities. If you are interested in becoming involved in community planning, affordable housing development, or other large-scale refugee projects, please contact Utah’s Refugee Services Office at refugeeoffice@utah.gov.

 

International Help

Ninety-six percent of the 20 million refugees in the world will never receive firm resettlement in the U.S. or any other safe country. The vast majority of refugees from Syria, Africa and elsewhere will remain in refugee camps or temporary status in countries of first asylum. These millions of people desperately need help. There are many ways to help refugees internationally. The following organizations can provide you with more information:

United Way/Refugee: 211

Utah Refugee Services Office (Department of Workforce Services)

Resettlement Agencies in Utah:

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES • 745 East 300 South • SLC, UTAH
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE • 221 South 400 West • SLC, UTAH

Refugee Centers:

UTAH REFUGEE EDUCATION & TRAINING CENTER • 250 West 3900 South • SLC

REFUGEE & IMMIGRANT CENTER AT ASIAN ASSOCIATION OF UTAH • 155 South 300 West • SLC

GRANITE SCHOOL DISTRICT • 2500 S. State Street • SLC, UTAH

HSER NER MOO COMMUNITY AND WELCOME CENTER • 479 East 2250 South • SLC, UTAH

 

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