CWS-RDU provides clients with strengths-based case management services that ensure initial access to food, shelter, and medical services and on-going motivation to find work and community connection.
Our staff and volunteer base operates on an empowerment-focused declining model of support designed to enable new arrivals to be completely in control of the direction of their new lives here in the US and embark on the path to self-sufficiency.
Our immigration legal team provides legal services to refugees seeking permanent residency, family reunification or naturalization.
We connect clients to English classes offered five days a week, and provides employment services by way of weekly job class, searches for job opportunities and assistance with filling out job applications, as well as support in networking with current or potential employees.
Our work is thoroughly reinforced by volunteers and community partners to assist us in these services and in welcoming refugees and immigrants to the Triangle.