Case Management and Integration

Our Case Management and Integration programs are tailored to provide unwavering support to some of the most vulnerable members of our community, including single mothers, elderly individuals, minors, those facing mental health challenges, secondary migrants, and more.

We understand that these individuals may require specialized assistance to navigate the complexities of resettlement and integration. That’s why we assign them a designated case manager who is committed to providing up to a year of dedicated and personalized case management services.

Our case managers work closely with clients to assess their unique needs, create customized support plans, and guide them through every step of their journey towards self-sufficiency. Whether it’s connecting them with essential services, helping them secure stable housing, or assisting with mental health resources, our dedicated team is here to ensure that the most vulnerable members of our community receive the care and attention they deserve. We are committed to empowering these individuals to overcome challenges, rebuild their lives, and thrive in their new homes.

All Intensive Case Management Programs

ECDC Thanksgiving 2023 309

Extended Case Management Program

Silver Spring, MD

Extended Case Management Program (ECMP) provides intensive, ongoing support to eligible individuals facing barriers like childcare, transportation, language, and legal issues. Our goal is to help clients and their families achieve self-sufficiency and success in the U.S.

Questions about this program? Contact Us
Afghan man alone looking at camera_

Preferred Communities (PC)

Silver Spring, MD and Arlington, VA

The Preferred Communities (PC) program offers vital support to refugees with special needs, including those with medical conditions, at-risk women, and elderly refugees. It provides intensive case management to help these individuals overcome challenges in adapting to life in the U.S. Our services include long-term case management, health assistance, mental health support, and social adjustment services, with a focus on tailored support for vulnerable refugees. Eligible ORR populations who have been in the U.S. for less than 5 years are eligible to receive an intake and assessment.

Questions about this program? Contact Us

Services for Older Refugees (SOR)

Silver Spring, MD

The Services to Older Refugees Program ensures refugees aged 60 and above, residing in the U.S. for up to five years, have access to vital aging services. Beyond this period, referral services, interpreter assistance, and citizenship preparation services are also offered. The program facilitates access to senior community centers, nutrition services, transportation, and more, fostering physical and emotional well-being, aiding integration, and promoting independent living for older refugees.

Questions about this program? Contact Us