New American Voices – Parents AS Teachers

Parents as TeachersTM (PAT) is a national, evidence-based home visitation program that promotes a child’s optimal health and development by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers from pregnancy until the child turns three years old. My name is Hira Chhetri, and I arrived in Atlanta in 2008 as a refugee from Bhutan. In 2009, I

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New American Voices – AmeriCorps Members

April is National Volunteer Month, celebrating the spirit of service to others. At New American Pathways, our committed community of volunteers and AmeriCorps Members are instrumental in assisting our clients, offering services ranging from interpretation and cultural orientation to aiding with hygiene kits and setting up apartments. AmeriCorps, a National Service Program, aims to improve

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New American Voices

The Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) Program provides refugee and immigrant women with education and support to build financial stability, economic empowerment, and self-sufficiency. Through a comprehensive approach encompassing courses and support programs, participants can cultivate financial literacy, build English fluency, and develop goal-setting skills. There are opportunities to build credit and achieve career growth, and

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New Americans celebration 2024

The New Americans Celebration (NAC) is almost here! Every year, the Coalition of Refugee Service Agencies (CRSA) and over 500 refugees and immigrants come together on (or near) Valentine’s Day to advocate for legislation that directly benefits their communities and to remind everyone that Georgia Loves Refugees! The NAC is entering its twelfth year of

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