EMM welcomes refugees in partnership with its 12 local affiliate offices. EMM’s resettlement affiliates provide refugees with the items and the resettlement services they’ll need during their first 30 days in the U.S., including housing, food, furnishings, and orientation to life in their new communities. Our affiliates also connect newcomers to services like English classes and job training, while helping them access health care, enroll their children in school and understand the other services available in the community.

Download EMM’s 2019 Annual Report.

To learn more about how you can be involved in Episcopal Migration Ministries work in refugee resettlement, contact Allison Duvall, Manager for Church Relations and Engagement, by email or phone, 212-716-6027.

Map Location The purple marker identifies affiliate partners in our network who provide resettlement services to refugees. These services include welcoming families when they first arrive, providing initial housing, ESL classes, medical resources, job assistance, youth programs, and more. You may also view a list of partner affiliates by Episcopal Diocese here.