The plight of refugees is often unknown. Displaced from their homelands, they come to America with hopes and dreams. But for all of the challenges they leave behind, new challenges await them. In Clarkston, Georgia, a city known for its diverse population, refugees can find a friendly face and helpful services at Send Relief’s ministry center. The center provides services to refugees and internationals through strategic relationships with churches and other ministries, including Family Heritage Foundation which is featured in the video below. Through these important relationships, we can help provide people with better access to English classes, job skills training and more as they navigate a new country and culture.
Nine ethnic congregations meet at the Clarkston Ministry Center each week.
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