English Classes & Community Support/Resources

Arapahoe Libraries - Statewide, Colorado
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About Arapahoe Libraries

 

Arapahoe Libraries provides a wide variety of services to immigrants in Colorado.

FREE Services/Support

  • English Language Learning 
  • Job & Career Help 
  • Technology Assistance
  • Community Resource Navigation

Requirements

These resources are available to any individual in the State of Colorado, regardless of immigration status. Some online services may require a library card to access and we can provide one to you for free, after confirming your ID and address. If you do not have a valid ID or stable address, we can provide you with temporary access.

Similar services available:

Free Well-Being Support for Immigration Stress and Trauma- DCAC

Our Immigrant Family Initiative provides mental health services specifically to families and children who are experiencing trauma or stress as a result of their immigration status or situation.
Services offered to families experiencing trauma due to immigration.

Services Available
Trainings- empower families in growth and well- being

Support groups- to share stories and heal from experiences.

Individual/family therapy- bilingual therapists with experience with immigration issues who individuals and families through, heal, and overcome experiences.

Career and Employment Workshops and Coaching- Mi Casa

Our Career Pathways program teaches job-seekers the skills they need to succeed in today’s workplace through workshops, intensive career readiness and industry specific training, 1-on-1 career coaching, and connection to higher education.

Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic at DU

The Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC) provides psychological support to individuals and communities who have experienced stress, adversity and/or trauma. We utilize an integrative, need and strengths-based approach that is culturally informed. Our services are continually evaluated to ensure effectiveness and are not restricted by status.

Immigrant Services Program – Metropolitan State University of Denver

The bilingual staff at MSU Denver’s Immigrant Services Program can assist with questions about applying, paying for, and succeeding in higher education.

Grief Counseling Services- Judi’s House

Judi’s House provides support to children and families grieving a death. Services are provided to youth ages 3 to 25, and their families at no charge.

English & GED Classes – Emily Griffith

English & GED Classes   Emily Grifith is a nationally accredited public college where you can propel your life forward and up. Prepare for your GED, improve your English or choose from among 28 dynamiccareer-preparation programs that blend workplace learning...

High School Student Support – J2C

Juntos 2 College prepares undocumented high school seniors for career success by supporting them through the DACA application process and the entrepreneurial process in order to earn income legally.

Youth Empowerment Programs- INSPiRE

The mission of INSPiRE is to ignite, train, and invest in youth to become Change Agents in their schools, families and communities.

AMA – Aprender Mediante Amistad

AMA is a student organization at Colorado College (Colorado Springs) dedicated to assisting community students whose parents in many cases do not speak English fluently and are unable to help their children with their homework. AMA provides weekly tutoring sessions in English and Spanish, to help students from Middle-School and High-School to improve their speaking, reading, writing, and homework skills. Adding to this, AMA also provides children with fun educational activities, snacks, and transportation accommodation when necessary. We aim to decrease obstacles to access educational resources while trying to help student learn through friendship and various activities.

UCCS Undocumented Student Support

This program supports UCCS Undocumented/DACA/ASSET students, also referred to as Dreamers, and other multicultural students who receive the additional attention, advocacy, and support of the MOSAIC office.

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