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The Preferred Communities (PC) Program, funded by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, aims to enhance the successful resettlement and integration of especially vulnerable refugees to help them achieve greater stability and success in the United States. The PC program:
As the Refugee Resettlement Program helps refugees to access services that set them on the path to economic self-sufficiency, refugees with uniquely vulnerable experiences face additional challenges navigating complex systems and achieving stability. Preferred Communities identifies and works with recently arrived refugees who are particularly vulnerable in areas of health, mental health, and social integration. Enrolled clients develop an individualized, goal-oriented service plan to help them overcome barriers to integration and self-sufficiency. The service period is 6-12 months.
An individual may qualify to enroll in this program if they:
For more information visit our PC Frequently Asked Questions page.
Further questions and referrals can be sent to Alyssa Van Hofwegen, Intensive Case Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 492-2591 x225.