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 Interfaith Initiatives 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.
Spectrum News reports - Local African immigrants respond to president's comment - 1/12/18
WAER reports - International Human Rights Day Honored in Syracuse, noting LGBT, Disabled and Immigrant Rights - 12/13/17 Commission on [...]
The Quad, Cazenovia College Newspaper reports - Former Refugee and Caz College Alumna Returns to Share Her Experiences - 12/6/17