We will connect with our community through work that is done in schools, refugee resettlement agencies, migrant
farmworker programs, health departments, clinics, hospitals and other community-based programs.
We believe that meeting the needs of immigrant and refugee communities requires dynamic collaborations across service settings and disciplines – and that the time is right for this network to grow new ideas and solutions that work for our communities.
A Network for Learning & Action
Kansas City has launched a new learning network — Communities Concerned for Immigrants and Refugees — open to health,
social services other community members interested in strengthening the health and well-being refugee and immigrant communities.
To that end we strive to become a recognized welcoming community for all who live in the Greater Kansas City area.
We invite you to participate in a learning network for organizations working to support better health and well-being for immigrant and refugee families in the KC metro area.