The following organizations, agencies and nonprofits support New Hampshire’s immigrants and refugees. Also faith communities often sponsor immigrant families. All of these groups depend on contributions of time and money from the public. In addition, there are several immigrant-owned business and restaurants in our communities that add to the rich diversity in our state.

Ascentria Care Alliance
http://www.ascentria.org

Association of Sports for the Improvement of Refugees and Returnees (ASPIR)
www.aspir.org

Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire
http://bhutanesecommunitynh.org

Catholic Charities New Hampshire
http://www.nh-cc.org/immigrationrefugee

Congolese Community of New Hampshire
https://congoleseamericans.wordpress.com

English for New Americans, a Program of Southern NH Services, Inc
scorby@snhs.org

Granite State Organizing Project
http://granitestateorganizing.org

Holy Cross Family Learning Center
http://www.hclearningcenter.org

International Institute of New England
http://iine.us

New American Africans
Facebook: New American Africans

NH Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees, a Program of MIRA Coalition
Facebook: NH Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees

NH Historical Association (for history of immigration)
http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhimmigrationindex.htm

NH Indonesian Immigration Support Group
Facebook: NH Indonesian Immigration Support Group

NH Refugee Program, NH Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs
http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/omh/refugee/

Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success
http://refugeesuccess.org/Default.aspx

Second Start
http://www.second-start.org/

Turkish Cultural Center
http://www.tccnh.org/

Victory Women of Vision
Facebook: Victory Women for Vision (VWV)

Welcoming New Hampshire
http://www.welcomingnh.org
Facebook: Welcoming New Hampshire

Women for Women
http://w4wc.com/