Freedom House is unique in its comprehensive approach to assisting those who seek asylum in the United States and Canada. We provide housing, food, clothing, legal aid, medical care, mental health care, English as a Second Language classes, education, job training, recreation, transportation, and offsite housing.

Food and shelter
Each year hundreds of people arrive at Freedom House seeking shelter and support, usually with little more than the clothes they are wearing. 

Legal services
Freedom House staff provides assistance with applications for U.S. asylum, legal and safe entry to Canada, and family reunification. 

Social services
Many arrive at Freedom House highly traumatized both physically and mentally. Freedom House offers extensive social services, including medical and mental health care, to help residents begin to heal and acculturate. 

Education and job training
Freedom House helps residents develop marketable skills and employment plans that enable them to be financially independent by the time they leave our program. 

Offsite housing
Residents with employment authorization and/or asylum status may receive continued support as they progress toward financial independence. We help our clients with rent, household establishment, and other tasks as they adapt to their new country. 

Public education
Freedom House is committed to educating the public about the plight of refugees. Staff, board members, residents and volunteers speak to a wide variety of organizations and entities, and we welcome cultural exchanges and site visits.


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