Idaho has three resettlement agencies: 2 in Boise, and 1 in Twin Falls.
Agency for New Americans
Agency for New Americans provides case management, employability services, immigration services and local eligibility determination for Transitional Refugee Assistance under agreement with the Idaho Office for Refugees. Under other funding, ANA provides initial reception and placement services, Matching Grant assistance and services, services to women and youth, micro enterprise development and other services and assistance to refugees.
International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee provides local eligibility determination for Transitional Refugee Assistance under contract with the Idaho Office for Refugees. In addition, the IRC provides initial reception and placement services, Matching Grant assistance and services, case management, employability services and other services and assistance under other funding sources.
CSI Refugee Programs-Twin Falls
CSI Refugee Programs in Twin Falls provides case management, English language training, employability services and local eligibility determination for Transitional Refugee Assistance under contract with IOR. CSI also manages a program of services to older refugees, which promotes the integration of refugee seniors into the mainstream aging network. Under a separate funding source, CSI provides initial reception and placement services.
English Language Center
The English Language Center (ELC) provides language learning opportunities for adult refugees. This includes specialized activities for older refugees, vocational English classes for working refugees to promote continued language development and citizenship preparation classes. The English Language Center includes a computer lab for computer assisted learning and has developed a curriculum for addressing mental health issues of refugees within the ELT environment.
Global Gardens is a program of the Idaho Office for Refugees. Global Gardens offers:
JANNUS Economic Opportunity
Jannus EO is a community development initiative changing lives by improving financial health for individuals,
families and communities in Southwest Idaho.
For those in need, especially under served and vulnerable groups such as women, immigrants, refugees, Latinos, Native Americans and veterans, we provide the following services:
Dozens of organizations, ranging from churches to health clinics to social services organizations, partner with resettlement agencies and the Idaho Office for Refugees.
Idaho Alliance for Ukrainian Immigrants & Refugees
Connects Ukrainian refugees with access to services, including education, transportation, documentation, housing and benefits.
Location: Ukrainian Welcome Center,
304 16th Ave. North, Nampa, ID 83687
Catholic Charities of Idaho
A community resettlement partnership welcoming Afghan refugees to Pocatello.
Pocatello Location: 208-881-0740
Glocal Community Partners
Provides English classes and community connections for refugee populations in the Treasure Valley.
Neighbors United is a collaborative initiative to help refugees successfully integrate and thrive in Boise.
It is made up of more than a hundred community leaders, policy makers, service agency representatives, resettled refugees, volunteers, educators and more.
Idaho Office for refugees
1607 W. Jefferson St.
Boise, ID 83702