Immigrant and Refugee Services
Washington, D.C., is home to a thriving and vibrant community of immigrants from around the world. Many come to America with the dream of starting over and building a better life. Others fled violence and the fear of death, seeking asylum and safety. Our staff speak 35 different languages, many with their own stories of immigration.
The Refugee Service Center offers case management and employment support services to recent refugees, asylees, and victims of trafficking residing in DC as they seek to make a new start in the United States.
The Newcomer Network helps identify goals and makes many services available to recent immigrants in a convenient referral system.
Immigration Legal Services
Immigration Legal Services (ILS) focuses on the provision of direct legal immigration services to foreign-born individuals and their families.
Trafficking Victims Assistance Program
The Trafficking Victims Assistance Program (TVAP) provides comprehensive and strength-based services for children and adult survivors of human trafficking so they can heal, get the justice they deserve and have safe and empowered lives.
Strong Families Initiative (SFI)
Montgomery County Hispanic Parents Support Group:
Parents will be provided a safe-space to share difficulties while learning ways to improve family communication and relationships that strengthen family cohesion.
Education and Employment Training
Understanding that education is central to securing better employment and a greater ability to grow, Catholic Charities offers several specialized education programs that teach new languages and new careers.
Green Construction Program
Our Green Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Program prepares clients for an exciting, rewarding career in green building by covering topics such as sustainable building and solar panel installation.
Our two medical clinics provide primary care to uninsured adults and children.
Our dental clinics provide preventive, diagnostic, emergency and restorative oral health care to adults and children who are uninsured.