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Our community is stronger because of the contributions of immigrants and refugees. When they thrive, we all thrive.

refugees welcomed to the greater Sacramento area
immigrants provided with pro-bono immigration legal services
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of survivors of human trafficking connected to mental health services
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in COVID relief grants distributed to immigrant- and refugee-owned businesses

Everyone deserves to experience stability, self-sufficiency, and belonging.

Opening Doors operates under the guiding principle of our Theory of Change: we believe immigrants, refugees, and survivors of human trafficking can only thrive long-term if they are able to gain stable housing, establish financial security, attain overall wellness, and develop strong community connections.

We connect our neighbors with resources, help them navigate complicated systems, and support them in gaining access to education, employment, and healthcare. Their personal journeys are often traumatic in a variety of ways, so we help them find healing through mental health care and counseling. We also work to ensure the services we provide are culturally appropriate and trauma-informed. Understanding and compassion are our guiding principles as we provide practical steps and resources toward fostering stability, self-sufficiency, and belonging.

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