SOCIAL SERVICES ANNUAL OUTCOMES

635

Households Served

1800

Total Clients Served

17,937

Unique Services Provided

12,480

Direct Client Service Hours

Who We Serve

Refugees

2nd Migrants

Asylees

Special Immigrants Visas

Parolees

Victims of Trafficking

How We Serve

CASE MANAGMENT

  • Strengths-based management model
  • Empower and teach clients to access resources and navigate systems by themselves
  • Linguistically and culturally appropriate services
  • 8 case managers, 14 languages/dialects spoken, many with refugee backgrounds

COMMUNITY COLLABORATION

  • Connect clients with RIC-AAU wrap-around services
  • Connect clients to community resources
  • Build cross-collaborative partnerships with other refugee service agencies

WALK-IN SERVICES

  • Provide crisis and immediate case management assistance
  • Provide one time in-kind donation support

HOUSING

  • Rapid re-housing rental assistance
  • Home Assessment and Training program
  • Refugee Supportive Housing liaison

HEALTH

  • On-site Affordable Care Act navigator
  • BYU and Westminster Nursing Internship Program
  • Refugee health needs coordinator

Contact

Andrea Sherman

Social Services Program Supervisor
andrea.sherman@aau-slc.org
801-990-9489

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