Pairing UNM students and refugee/immigrant families to work together for 6 months to mobilize community resources and engage in mutual learning.
Working to improve refugee health by increasing access to resources and addressing social determinants of health by helping refugees access health care, employment, driver’s licenses, etc.
Providing individual advocacy and mentorship to newcomers who are not enrolled in RIWP and are not eligible for Pathways (e.g., legal issues, educational support, housing).
Improving the cultural appropriateness of and access to early childhood and K-12 education for newcomers families.
Ensuring refugees get linguistically accessible services, including through APS, local and state government, and UNM Hospital.