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In order to support newcomers on their path to stability, self-sufficiency, and belonging, Opening Doors’ Theory of Change calls us to support newcomers’ financial security, stable housing, family and community connections, and physical and mental health.  

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Get Help: Food & Groceries

Are you in need of food and groceries? Click the button to find resources that can help you find free, healthy food for you and your family.

Get Help: Education & English (ESL) Classes

Are you looking to improve English language skills, finish your high school diploma, or continue your education? Click the button below for community resources available to help you learn English, expand your skills, or for more information about becoming a U.S. Citizen.

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Get Help: Employment Resources

Looking for a new job or help with resume writing or interview skills? Click the button below to connect with local organizations who can help you find resources to help prepare for and obtain employment. You can also find a career center for assistance with job skills and opportunities for career growth.

Support for Ukrainian Humanitarian Parolees

Opening Doors' Preferred Communities Program assists eligible Ukrainian Humanitarian Parolees (UHPs) with intake, assessment, and referrals for needed benefits and services for 90 days from the date of their enrollment. The program is designed to ensure that basic needs are met, immediate challenges are addressed, and important steps towards self-sufficiency are taken.


Enhanced Services for Asylees & Vulnerable Noncitizens

Opening Doors' Enhanced Services for Asylees and Vulnerable Noncitizens Program (ESAVN) provides culturally appropriate and responsive case management services to asylees and vulnerable noncitizens.

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