GAP Services

The GAPs team serves diverse populations who are in need of basic assistance and limited case management.

Our Gaps Services department is dedicated to providing essential support to a diverse population of newcomers in the United States, through targeted programs. This program is designed to support individuals who may have independently traveled to the U.S. through a humanitarian parole program. Many of these individuals are supported by family and friends who sponsored their applications to come to the U.S. The Gaps program provides expert guidance to both new arrivals and their sponsors as they navigate complex U.S. immigration and benefits systems.

Our dedicated team of Gaps Case Managers conduct outreach efforts to reach new arrivals in the local area and ensure that they have knowledge of and access to eligible benefits that are crucial to their success and integration in their new communities. We firmly believe that everyone, regardless of their journey, deserves the opportunity to flourish. Through personalized support, collaboration with public and private non-profit organizations, and the fostering of a warm and inclusive environment, we empower individuals in the Gaps Program to become self-sufficient and to build promising futures as they embark on their U.S. journey.

All GAPs Programs

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UHP Program

Silver Spring, MD and Arlington, VA

The Ukrainian Humanitarian Parole (UHP) program is a 90-day case management program, which provides basic services to newly arrived Ukrainians.

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CH Program

Silver Spring, MD and Arlington, VA

The Cuban/Haitian Entrant program is a 90-day case management program, which provides basic services to newly arrived Cubans and Haitians.

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REA Program

Silver Spring, MD and Arlington, VA

The Refugee, Entrant, and Asylee Program is a 90-day case management program, that provides basic services to refugees, entrants, and newly approved asylees.*

*asylum seekers without an eligible ORR-status, are not eligible to receive benefits

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