USCRI Detroit provides refugees and immigrants with a comprehensive range of services and delivers targeted programming to ensure long-term community integration and self-sufficiency.
Over a decade ago, Nataliya made her way to Michigan from Ukraine in search of safety and opportunity. She was forced to leave her family behind, but last month she was reunited with her mother, her sister, and her sister's family. Not only are they all finally safe in the U.S., but USCRI helped them find housing and work, so they now have a stable future ahead of them.
Nataliya's 61-year old mother, Budii, began working at a construction company just four days after arriving in the United States. She says, "I'm so happy to be in Michigan and so thankful to USCRI."