Twin Cities Services
We provide specialized services for individuals with humanitarian protection status to assist them on the path to self-sufficiency and support them as they work towards achieving their dreams. We strive to provide excellent, holistic, family-centered services that provide abundant support to refugees and their families. We serve Refugees, Asylees, Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) Holders, Cuban/Haitian Entrants, Victims of Trafficking, and Amerasians for up to 5 years from date of admission to the U.S. in qualifying status, date of grant of asylum, or date of certification as Victim of Trafficking
Our Services include:
Our employment counselors work together with clients to assist in finding a job that will develop a greater level of independence and self-sufficiency.
- Case Management
Our case managers provide ongoing help with housing, public assistance, health insurance, public school enrollment for children, and medical needs, including comprehensive, sustained assistance for those with complex medical, mental health, or social adjustment needs.
We provide extended orientation classes covering such topics as: using public transportation, housing, public benefits, safety, management of finances, public schools and education, preparing for work, and cultural values.
Our accredited immigration specialists provide assistance with applications, paperwork, and advice for family reunification, Green Card, Citizenship, and more. For more detailed information immigration services, please click here.
- Community Engagement
MCC Refugee Services provides presentations and workshops for communities interested in learning more about refugees, diversity, community welcome, and other topics related to our community's welcome of our newest neighbors. Please contact us at 612-230-3219 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or request a speaker.