Services and Programs
In 1987, the Institute established its operations in Manchester, whose rapidly growing refugee and immigrant populating played a critical role in revitalizing the local economy and keeping the Queen City a welcoming community. In 2016, IINE-Manchester resettled 229 refugees and served a total of 535 clients in its English, employment services, case management, and youth programming.
Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP): Comprehensive case management services to foreign national adult victims of human trafficking and their dependent minors. This program provides victims with access to federal and state benefits and services to the same extent as a refugee, support in obtaining employment, and extensive guidance on their path to self-sufficiency.
Refugee Youth School Impact: In partnership with the Manchester School District, provides academic and social adjustment support for refugee children entering and graduating from K-12 education, including after-school programming, homework assistance, college application support, and assistance to families seeking additional education services for their children.
Services to Older Refugees: Provide case management and culturally-aligned support to promote the health, naturalization, and integration of refugees aged sixty or older in Hillsborough County.