Since 1948, Catholic Charities Migration & Refugee Services has been working to resettle refugees throughout Northeast Ohio.
“We call upon all people of goodwill, to welcome the newcomers in their neighborhoods and schools, in their places of work and worship, with heartfelt hospitality, openness, and eagerness both to help and to learn from our brothers and sisters of whatever religion, ethnicity, or background.” —Welcoming the Stranger Among Us: Unity in Diversity, A Statement of the U.S. Catholic Bishops
Urgent Support Needed
During these tumultuous times, Catholic Charities Office of Migration and Refugee Services (MRS) is preparing to assist refugees and their families who are being evacuated from their country for safety.
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Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis
Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services (MRS) is praying for the safety of all Ukrainians and all those affected by the conflict abroad. Immigration Legal Services (ILS) is available to discuss immigration matters with those whose families are affected by this tragedy. Below, we have provided answers to the most frequently asked questions we have been receiving about the conflict, along with resources for those fleeing Ukraine. Please call our intake department for a consultation on case-specific questions at 216-939-3769.
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Uniting For Ukraine: A Pathway for Ukrainians to Come to the United States
^Watch the video in Ukrainian