The Center for New Americans provides resettlement and post-resettlement services to help refugee families in Syracuse reestablish their lives and overcome the barriers to successful integration in their new communities.
The Ahmad and Elizabeth El-Hindi Center for Dialogue serves as a hub for constructive community engagement. Dialogue programs and activities address community concerns and encourage understanding across racial, ethnic and religious differences.
Each year Senior Services matches approximately 65 senior companions with over 200 frail elderly clients to provide companionship, friendship and critical support.
The Spiritual Care Program provides interfaith chaplaincy services to more than 2,000 institutionalized people each month..The program also addresses important life issues through educational events and outreach activities.
1/31/17 - InterFaith Works' President/CEO Beth A. Broadway's letter to friends and constituents regarding the Executive Order on refugee resettlement.
2/6/17 - InterFaith Works, Women Transcending Boundaries and host University United Methodist Church collaborated in presenting the 7th Annual World Interfaith Harmony Assembly, a celebration of Central New York's diverse faith communities.
2/3/17 - WCNY Television's Insight program - Syracuse as a Santuary City, a panel discussion with host Jim Aroune, featuring Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner, InterFaith Works' Center for New Americans Director Olive Sephuma and immigration attorney Diane Chappell-Daly.