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Acclimating to a new culture can be intimidating, but we’re here to help make it a little less daunting for adults 60 or older, who are Kent County residents with refugee status. We connect them to services that meet their needs, whether that’s making referrals, learning English or just making new friends. We use interpretation services when needed.

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English Classes

  • Elder refugee ESL classes (beginner-advanced)


  • Housing assistance

Permanent Residency and Citizenship

  • Assistance in applying for Permanent Residency (Green Card)
  • Naturalization assistance
  • Referrals for N-648/Medical Waiver forms

Socialization Opportunities

  • Craft/support group
  • Potlucks

Support and Referral

  • Address concerns, advocate and assist in making referrals to outside agencies
  • Assist with applying for food benefits, Medicare, Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)


  • City bus passes available
  • Transportation assistance (limited)

To Learn More

If you have questions, just let Benoit know: (616) 233-0293, bkrussell@seniorneighbors.org