Episcopal Migration Ministries

In 2019, Episcopal Migration Ministries and its network of local affiliates welcomed over 1,602 refugees and 403 SIV’s (Special Immigrant Visa) from 27 countries in 14 communities.  Photo: Asher Imtiaz

Where We Work

Although refugees have the spirit and will necessary to overcome hardship and trauma, most will still require support to establish themselves in a new country. To help meet refugees’ initial resettlement needs, Episcopal Migration Ministries works with affiliate offices in communities across the United States.

Our partner agencies provide refugees assistance with housing and employment services, as well as orientation in their new community. Affiliates also assist with health screenings, English-language training and school enrollments. Our goal is to help refugees achieve self-sufficiency as quickly as possible.

EMM LogoIf you have any questions or need additional information or resources, contact Kendall Martin, Communications Manager for Episcopal Migration Ministries.