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H.O.M.E. Program Team

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Moving to a new country can be an overwhelming and isolating experience for anyone. Refugees, who are forced to flee their homes due to conflict, violence and persecution, face particularly acute cultural, emotional, and financial challenges during the resettlement process. The IRC in Denver, with the support of the local community, works to welcome and support these newly-arrived families as they rebuild their lives in Colorado. 

The HOME Program pairs community and/or faith-based groups directly with refugee families resettled by the IRC in Denver. In collaboration with the IRC, HOME teams assist the Denver team to complete home set-ups, provide targeted financial assistance and offer ongoing mentorship to a refugee family for six months. You can learn more about the HOME program here


Off-site in the Denver Metro area (exact location disclosed to volunteer).

Interested in learning more? 

To learn how to become a volunteer with the IRC in Denver, register to attend an upcoming information session HERE.

*Already a volunteer with the IRC in Denver/already attended a general information session? E-mail IRCDenver.Volunteer [at] Rescue.org to learn more about this opportunity or fill out an online HOME Program application.  

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