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African Cultural Alliance of North America
African Cultural Alliance of North America - Refugee/Asylee Program
Through its outreach services, case management, information & referral and life skills workshops, this program provides assistance to African immigrants.

The Objectives :
- Provides case management and referral services and help new Americans, especially, African refugees and asylees access services and programs they are eligible for in greater numbers.
- Provide culturally appropriate orientation on adjusting to the American way of life to newly arrived African/Caribbean refugees/asylees.
- Eliminating impediments through education and resource mobilization.
- Assisting refugees and asylees to gain self sufficiency by helping them to access training, language skills, re certification, etc.
- Assisting African older refugees and asylees access needed services.
- Provides after school programs to refugee and asylee youth through ACANA’s cultural training and after school and youth development program.
5530 Chester Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Eligibility: Please call for more information.
Hours: Please Call
CASA Pennsylvania
CASA Pennsylvania
Since 2016, CASA has been serving South Central Pennsylvanians with services like citizenship classes, financial literacy, and social services in addition, to promoting civic engagement among the fast growing and diverse Latinx and immigrant populations.
225 East Princess Street
York , PA 17403
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Appointment times are available outside those hours
Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Allentown - Immigration Services
Assists with the legalization of status and reunification of families. Provides consultation, general immigration services, family petitions, travel documents, applications and certificates of citizenship, replacement of lost/stolen cards, employment authorizations, translation/bilingual services, adjustments of status/"V" Visa and "K" Visa, and Lottery Applications.
234 Grace Street
Reading, PA 19611
Eligibility: Meet immigration services criteria
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
CWS - Lancaster
Church World Service - Immigration & Refugee Program

- Immigration Counseling: Accredited to give low cost legal immigration advice and assistance, representing clients before the Immigration Services and the Courts. Help clients fill out forms for a nominal fee. Experience with family petitions, citizenship, application for green cards, work permits, green card replacement, travel documents, bond hearings, master calendar hearings, and more.

- Refugee Resettlement and Match Grant Program: Work with community-based and faith-based groups to resettle refugees who come to them through the US Refugee Program. Also works with individuals who have received asylum status. Funds are only available for those refugees who were resettled by their office or asylees who were accepted into their Match Grant Program.

- Intensive Case Management and Navigation Support Program, offering intensive, extended and short-term support to eligible individuals and families. Assists refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking, SIVS, and Cuban/Haitian Entrants within 3-5 years of arrival to the US. Support services include but are not limited to medical navigation, referral assistance, and ESL learning links.



- Refugee Employment Program: Assists in job search for refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking or Cuban/Haitian Entrants within 5 years of arrival to US. No fees charged.






Accepts donations of lightly used furniture and household goods in good condition, by Appointment only. No appliances. Only for refugees and some asylees. Limited storage and manpower.
308 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
Eligibility: Immigration Program: Open to anyone; All other programs only open to refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking.
Hours: Office hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Intake hours: Call for appointment
Jewish Family and Community Services
Jewish Family and Community Services - Refugee and Immigrant Services
Provides help to foreign-born individuals and families coming through the federal government’s resettlement program find housing and employment and help connect them to local services and benefits.

JFCS staff secures housing and provides furniture, food and clothing. Provides long term assistance, including but not limited to airport pick-up, referrals to human services benefits, set-up of medical appointments, paperwork, ESL class referrals, peer group guidance and transportation issues. Helps clients find work, navigate American workforce expectations and gain skills. We work with you to evaluate your job skills, interests and past work experience in order to identify areas of opportunity that might be a good match for you. Our employment counselors have built relationships with local employers that hire newcomers. We’ll provide translators if necessary, transportation to interviews, resume assistance and more. Some refugees may be connected to the JFCS Career Development Center for further training. We provide a number of pre- and post-employment support services to help ensure your success in the workplace.

5743 Bartlett Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Eligibility: Qualified refugees and asylees of any nationality.
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 5:00pm
Korean Community Development Services Center
Korean Community Development Services Center - Adult Programs
The literacy and citizenship education has been the top priority program for the agency because the primary mission of the agency is to provide assistance for recently arrived immigrants and refugees with cultural and language barriers so that they can overcome the barriers and become self-reliant. The program has been funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for the past fifteen years. Over 300 adults and elderly participate in the program annually.

6055 North 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19120
New Vision Youth and Community Center
New Vision Youth and Community Center - Youth Services
To provide social services for Asian-American youth and their family. To assist families in crisis through intervention and counseling. To establish community based social service programs that will improve the quality of life for inner city youth.
36 Limekiln Pike
Glenside, PA 19038
Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocates
CASA Pennsylvania
Since 2016, CASA has been serving South Central Pennsylvanians with services like citizenship classes, financial literacy, and social services in addition, to promoting civic engagement among the fast growing and diverse Latinx and immigrant populations.
PO Box 44
Bethlehem, PA 18016
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Appointment times are available outside those hours
PRIME-ECR
PRIME-ECR - Cultural Transition Facilitation
Immigration counseling (accredited by U.S. Department of Justice) for citizenship, green cards, affidavits of support, fiance petitions, travel documents, replacing lost immigration documents, waiver of grounds of excludability, petitions to remove conditions, petitions under Violence Against Women Act, US Department of State processing and Immigration Court matters, including people detained by Immigration.
604 New Holland Ave
Lancaster, PA 17602
Eligibility: Open to the public
Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
SEAMAAC
SEAMAAC - Health & Social Services
*in person services currently suspended*

The Health & Social Services team provides holistic support services for immigrants and refugees. Our offices are based in South Philadelphia. Although we specialize in serving Asian immigrants and refugees, all are welcome. We work with elders, adults, and families on employment support, digital literacy, Digital Navigator helpline, naturalization assistance, public benefits, health insurance, intimate partner violence, ESL, family literacy, health access, information and referral, case management, advocacy, community programs, and collaboration with other health care and social service providers. Our civic engagement initiatives provide nonpartisan voter registration, voter education, get out the vote, and voter protection supports.
SEAMAAC
1711 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Eligibility: Primary populations served are immigrants and refugees. All services are provided free of charge.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
SEAMAAC
SEAMAAC - Digital Navigation Services (Translation Services Available)
Our Digital Navigator program is designed to assist the local community members in Philadelphia, with information on Internet access and basic technical support issues.

SEAMAAC's Digital Navigators will provide assistance on the following:

low cost Internet or phone options
assistance with connecting to WIFI/wireless networks
learning how to use your smart phone as a hotspot wireless network
using your smartphone to access your email, calendar, or other apps
using a computer, tablet, or other devices
information on school registration, remote learning support, and other educational needs for your children.
SEAMAAC
1711 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Eligibility: SEAMACCS programs are focused on aiding recent immigrants and refugees
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 12:00pm - 4:00pm.

If residents call outside of these hours, they are encouraged to leave a message for a callback that they will receive in 1 to 2 business days.
YMCA of York County
YMCA of York County, New American Welcome Center
SERVICES INCLUDE:
  • Language and education
    • Economic Integration and Employment
    • Health and Well-being
    • Citizenship and Civic Engagement
    • Community Development
    • Overall Information and Referrals

      YMCA's New American Welcome Centers (NAWC) are designed to help immigrants - also referred to as newcomers - fully integrate into American society and prepare receiving communities to be welcoming and inclusive. NAWC's accomplish this through a combination of integration services, collaborations with community leaders and businesses and strategies to connect and build cross-cultural understanding between immigrants and U.S.-born residents


  • 90 North Newberry Street
    York, PA 17401
    Eligibility: Open to the public
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    African Cultural Alliance of North America
    African Cultural Alliance of North America - Refugee/Asylee Program
    CASA Pennsylvania
    CASA Pennsylvania
    Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office
    Catholic Charities - Diocese of Allentown - Immigration Services
    CWS - Lancaster
    Church World Service - Immigration & Refugee Program
    Jewish Family and Community Services
    Jewish Family and Community Services - Refugee and Immigrant Services
    Korean Community Development Services Center
    Korean Community Development Services Center - Adult Programs
    New Vision Youth and Community Center
    New Vision Youth and Community Center - Youth Services
    Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocates
    CASA Pennsylvania
    PRIME-ECR
    PRIME-ECR - Cultural Transition Facilitation
    SEAMAAC
    SEAMAAC - Health & Social Services
    YMCA of York County
    YMCA of York County, New American Welcome Center
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