Exodus Refugee Immigration

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CONTACT PERSON

Tiffany Brown

PHONE NUMBER

317-921-0836

EMAIL

tbrown@exodusrefugee.org

ADDRESS

2457 East Washington St.
Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 46201

SERVICES AVAILABLE IN SPANISH

Yes

Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees and asylees from many countries, cultures, languages, faiths, and political opinions.

 

Exodus Refugee Immigration is dedicated to the protection of human rights by serving the resettlement needs of refugees and other displaced people fleeing persecution, injustice, and war by welcoming them to Indiana. We began in 1981 with the mission to serve the legal needs of immigrants and Cuban refugees, who had arrived as part of the Mariel boatlift in 1980. Since that time, Exodus has helped thousands of refugees from more than 50 different countries establish new lives in Indiana.

 

Refugee Resettlement is a humanitarian program that provides protection and opportunity to refugees fleeing persecution and war. Agencies such as Exodus provide services to refugee newcomers from the point of arrival to self-sufficiency. The United States has a long history of welcoming immigrants and refugees. The U.S. refugee resettlement program reflects the United States’ highest values and aspirations of compassion, generosity and leadership. Since 1975, Americans have welcomed over 3 million refugees from all over the world. Refugees have built new lives, homes and communities in towns and cities in all 50 states.

Services Provided

Basic Needs

Exodus provides clients with the services necessary to meet refugees' immediate needs during the first 90 days after their and provide the foundation for the services that follow.

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Health

Our mental wellness service aims to respond to the mental health concerns of refugees and caregivers in a way that is linguistically appropriate and culturally sensitive.

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Work

Employment services are available to all refugees, asylees, certified victims of human trafficking, and Cuban parolees in Indiana during their first five years of arrival or status.

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Women

The Women’s Program is targeted at increasing refugee women’s and girls’ ability to gain confidence, promote economic self-sufficiency, education and empowerment.

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Youth

The Youth Program provides services that assist refugee youth with gaining the skills to make a successful transition from childhood to adulthood with the recognition that refugee youth face the significant challenge of simultaneously navigating two cultures.

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Culture

Our Language, Cultural Orientation and Readiness for Employment (LCORE) class is designed to teach practical English language skills as well as the skills necessary to help clients adjust to life in the U.S.

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