MN Asylum Network was launched in response to IAFR research in 2015 that surfaced the need for a local network of agencies, churches and individuals seeking the welfare of asylum seekers in the Twin Cities.
The Network formaly launched in April 2016 and is made up of a growing number of organizations and individuals that welcome asylum seekers, many of whom also provide specific kinds of helpful assistance and services.
Collaborative efforts of the network address such issues as basic needs (food, clothing, transportation, housing), medical care, legal representation, housing and mental health resources.
The MN Asylum Network can also connect faith-based and concerned citizen groups with asylum seekers in supportive partnering relationships.
Click here to learn more and connect with MN Asylum Network.
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