Creating welcoming communities that thrive together
The Idaho Office for Refugee is the designated organization to oversee refugee resettlement in the state of Idaho. We create connections and offer programs that promote well-being for New Americans and surrounding communities.
World Refugee Day Events & Boise Citizenship Ceremony
Resettlement process & history in Idaho
Information for students, educators, refugees and volunteers
Idaho Conference on Refugees, World Refugee Day, and more
News & Updates
Our new podcast, Mosaics, is now live!
The Ukrainian Welcome Center in Nampa invites you to its One-Year Anniversary Fair.
Celebrate World Refugee Day on June 16 in Twin Falls and June 17 in Boise! Details here.
It's almost CSA season! Sign up now for an 18-week subscription of veggies from a local Global Gardens farmer.
Providing refuge to people escaping persecution is a legacy that has made Idaho stronger. Click here to learn about the countries of origin & top primary languages spoken by the people who come to Idaho through refugee resettlement.
Idaho Office for Refugees Programs
Refugee Speakers Bureau
Building bridges across cultures through storytelling and public dialogue
English Language Center
The Treasure Valley's designated English language institution for newly arrived refugees
Equipping farmers from diverse backgrounds to grow and sell produce to the community
Helping New Americans return to their field of expertise and growing Idaho’s pipeline of skilled workers
Collaborating across industries to strengthen resettlement resources
Idaho Community Advisor Network (I-CAN)
Providing an additional layer of support and mentorship for new refugee families