In partnership with faith communities, foundations, local, state and federal partners and hosts of volunteers, we are proud to welcome hundreds of refugees from around the world to the United States every year. Since WWII, LSSNCA has been welcoming those forced to flee their homes due to war, violence, and persecution. Our goal is to help refugees gain self-sufficiency through resettlement and employment services.
We support our clients during this important transition by mobilizing community partners and offering a comprehensive range of services to newcomers including housing assistance, case management, job training and placement, and immigration services throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
Many of the decisions Formuly has made in life were in the best interest of his family. His hopes for life in the United States include living in a community that is “free from any kinds of discrimination and inequalities. Just like other American families, I want my wife, my son, my daughter, myself, and other immigrants to have all the opportunities and facilities to grow and develop in order to become a productive citizen of the United States and for the world.”