Community Wellness provides counseling and support services to refugees, immigrants, and other community members. Currently serving 600+ people with affordable, culturally-responsive services.
Our Employment program helps refugees within their first five years in the U.S. to learn job search skills and secure employment. Last year, we helped over 400 refugees.
ESL and Life Skills
We offer 25 hours of ESL classes weekly, from Monday to Friday, at Beginning and Intermediate levels. Enrollment is open year-round, and classes are free or low-cost. Our program is often ranked first in Utah.
Interpreting and Translation
RIC-AAU provides medical, educational, occupational, and court interpretation or translation services to clients and other organizations.
Youth and Family Services
Youth and Family Services supports refugee and immigrant youth and their families as they transition to life in the United States. We provide parenting classes, after-school programs, leadership development, and youth case management.
Social Services case management is for refugees who arrived in the U.S. within the last two years and those who resettled in another state and then relocated to Utah. Our 9 case managers serve over 1,100 refugees annually.
Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center
Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center is a community center that provides specialized services to refugees and immigrants.
Trafficking in Persons
Trafficking in Persons staff serve survivors of human trafficking regardless of age, gender, type of trafficking or immigration status. We providing holistic, comprehensive services geared towards healing and obtaining self-sufficiency.