We cultivate educational, economic, cultural, social, and physical and mental health resources in partnership with newcomers (refugees, immigrants, asylum-seekers, and others who are new to the United States) to empower them to achieve system change that supports their well-being and integration in their new communities.
Promoting mutual learning to help newcomers and others living in America understand each other and develop and support effective and just policies.
Collaborating with other organizations, government agencies, and individuals to achieve our vision.
Developing, implementing, adapting, evaluating, and disseminating programs that benefit newcomers, including the Refugee Well-being Project (an innovative model for connecting newcomers with people and resources in the United States to promote mutual learning and improve mental health).
Building capacity and leadership skills of newcomers.