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A Path Toward the Future

We provide a continuum of services that supports new Americans on their individual pathways from arrival through citizenship.
We focus on key milestones along the pathway that build on one another and contribute to long-term success.


of all the families we resettle are self-sufficient after 180 days

180 +

refugee youth are served in our afterschool programs each year


of clients’ citizenship applications are approved

New American Pathways is an Atlanta based nonprofit with the mission of helping refugees and Georgia Thrive

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Baking for Backpacks

New American Pathways volunteers Lily and Evie know how to rally their community to support a good cause, and this summer they poured their hearts into raising money to fund backpacks filled with school supplies for over 240 students in our Bright Futures Afterschool Program. The team of sisters got involved with New AP after …

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Welcoming Afghan Allies to Atlanta as a Collaborative Effort

For this month’s thought leader piece, we met with John Arnold, Sr. Housing Manager of the Welcome Co-op, to talk about Afghanistan relief and resettlement efforts as a collaborative effort in Atlanta. John has served refugees in his work for the past 25 years, including serving as the Programs Director for World Relief in Atlanta …

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