The Refugee and Immigrant Navigator Can Help You.

We understand that you have endured a great hardship in the process of getting to the United States. We are here to help you make the transition as smooth as possible by supporting you in overcoming language and cultural barriers and connecting you with resources to help you get acclimated, employed and settled in your new home.

The intent of the Refugee and Immigrant Navigator pilot is to assist all work-authorized immigrants, with overcoming language barriers, lack of a documented educational and employment history, and other barriers to employment and their successful integration into Michigan’s economy.

The program establishes a network of providers, government agencies, and community partners that provide the following resources to program participants:

  • ESL
  • Training
  • Continuing Education
  • Employment Assistance
  • Affordable Housing
  • Healthcare
  • Mental Health
  • Civil Rights
  • Transportation
  • Government & Public Assistance
  • Legal Aide

Download Refugee Navigator Brochure

To learn more about the services available to eligible Wayne Country residents download the Refugee Navigation brochure (Arabic, Bengali, English or Spanish).

For more information contact your Refugee and Immigrant Navigator, Sameh Elhady (سامح‭ ‬الهادى) at 313.945.8380 or sameh.elhady@semca.org.

Services provided at ACCESS for eligible Wayne County residents 6451 Schaefer Rd, Dearborn, MI, 48126.