Whole Family Services


The Promoting Refugee Integration, Mobility and Empowerment Program, better known as PRIME, provides refugees a continuum of services that are community-based, comprehensive and client-centered. 

The Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program is Washington state’s foster care program for refugee children who arrive in the United States with no parent or guardian. The program places minors in foster care with specially trained local families, and provides culturally appropriate social service support.

The Refugee School Impact Program provides services to refugee children in Washington public schools.

The Refugee Youth Mentorship program matches eligible youth, ages 18-24, with mentors who will support successful integration and help youth thrive.

The Refugee Elders program provides services to older refugees.

The Housing Stabilization Services Program provides one-time stabilization funding to eligible households to assist with housing-related costs.

The Community Outreach and Education Program provides outreach, information and referrals, community education and orientation, resource navigation and support services to help individuals integrate into their local communities.