Community Resources


Refugee and Immigrant Service Provider Network (RISP-Net) is a coalition of refugee service providers in Arizona guiding refugees towards self-sufficiency. The purpose of this website is to provide the community with information, resources and opportunities to benefit refugees, case managers, volunteers and more. RISP-Net will create a streamlined process for sharing public resources with the community and will provide community members with a centralized location to share resources, events, and contact information with community members. 

Resettlement Agencies

Arizona Immigrant and Refugee Services (AIRS)

AIRS programs provide recently arrived refugees and legal immigrants with housing, food, clothing, translation as needed, English language instruction, job training, employment assistance, immigration services, referrals and other services. For more information visit or call (602) 944-1821.

10240 N. 31st Ave. #112
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Emergency or after hours phone number – 602-461-4934

Catholic Charities Community Services

Catholic Charities Community Services, a national leader in the effective, compassionate resettlement of thousands of refugees, provides a welcoming and supportive network to help those new to our country quickly gain independence and become productive members of their new community. For more information visit or call 602-997-6105.

5151 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 85015 1-888-271-0028

Catholic Community Services of the Southwest (CCS)

Migration and Refugee Services of Catholic Social Service provides resettlement services for refugees as defined by Section 101 (a) (42) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). It is an affiliate of the Unites States Conference of Catholic Bishops Migration and Refugee Services (USCCB-MRS). Catholic Social Service/Migration and Refugee Services is a client-centered program that assists refugees to become self-sufficient. The program provides an array of services that include, but are not limited to, housing assistance, transportation, short-term financial aid, English classes, employment services, referral services, cultural and community orientations, interpretation and translation services. The program provides intensive case management and employment services and trainings that include prep-cook class, CNA class, housekeeping class, and on-site employment skills training. For more information on Migration and Refugee Services call (520) 623-0344 or email

140 W. Speedway Suite 130
Tucson, AZ 85705
Emergency or after hours phone number – (520) 433-1669

International Rescue Committee of Arizona (IRC)

IRC of Arizona offers a range of services to refugees throughout Arizona, including job training, financial education, behavioral health, refugee well-being, immigration assistance and citizenship classes. For more information about the IRC in Arizona, visit or .

Phoenix: (602) 433-2440
Emergency or after hours phone number – 602-651-4390
4425 W. Olive Ave. #400
Glendale, AZ 85302

Tucson: (520) 319-2128
Emergency or after hours phone number – 520-308-1086
1011 N. Craycroft Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85711

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services and Episcopal Migration Ministries assists newly arriving refugees through resettlement and placement services which include welcoming refugees, housing support, orientation trainings and case management. LSS provides extended case management, adjustment services and employment services through the Match Grant Program and State Refugee Services contracts. LSS is dedicated to assisting refugees in adjusting to life in the United States and to being productive community members. LSS is BIA accredited and can assist with immigration services such as adjustment of status and citizenship applications. Visit for information.

Phoenix: (480) 396-3795
Emergency or after hours phone number – 602-885-3403
2502 E. University Dr. #12
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Tucson: (520) 721-4444
Emergency or after hours phone number – 520-955-3803
1231 N. Norris Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85719

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