Immigrant & Refugee Resources

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future. In more than 40 countries and in 26 U.S. cities, our dedicated teams provide clean water, shelter, health care, education and empowerment support to refugees and displaced people.


Casa de Paz began in 2012 as a small, one-bedroom apartment offering hospitality to families separated by immigrant detention. Our work has always been to host families whose loved ones are being detained and individuals who have been recently released. In 2017 we moved into a larger, rented house with more space so that we would not have to turn people away.

Today, Casa de Paz provides visits and emotional support, shelter and meals, access to phones, WiFi, computers and transportation for families whose loved ones are being detained and individuals who have been recently released. Detention is a difficult time that tears families apart and creates a financial burden, so we have always offered our services free of cost. Since we first opened our doors we’ve hosted over 2,300 immigrants from thirty countries and the need only continues to grow.


Soccer Without Borders

Soccer Without Borders USA uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing newcomer refugee, asylee, and immigrant youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success.


Colorado Refugee & Immigrant Organizations

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Refugee organizations:

  • Soccer Without Borders

  • Lutheran Family Services – Denver

  • Global Refuge International

  • We Made This

  • Village Exchange Center

  • Spring Institute For Intercultural Learning

  • Sunrise Community Health 

  • Street Fraternity

  • Rocky Mountain Welcome Center

  • Refugee Action Coalition of Colorado (RACC)

  • R Bazaar

  • Project Worthmore

  • Pikes Peak Workforce

  • Peak Vista Community Health

  • STRIDE Community Health Center

  • Mango House

  • Lutheran Family Services – Greely 

  • Jewish Family Services

  • International Rescue Committee (IRC Denver)

  • Immigrant & Refugee Center of Northern Colorado

  • Hope Communities

  • Focus Points Family Resource Center

  • Emily Griffith Technical College

  • English Learning Center

  • Drive Project Colorado

  • Denver Regional Council: Elder Refugee Program

  • Denver Health Refugee clinic 

  • Crawford Community Center

  • The Colorado Refugee Wellness Center

  • Colorado African Organization (CAO)

  • City of Denver, Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs

  • Asian Pacific Development Center

  • ECDC African Community Center of Denver

  • Ardas Family Medicine

  • Adams 14 Adult Learning Program

  • A Little Something

Immigrant organizations:

  • American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

  • Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)

  • Casa de Paz

  • Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition

  • ACLU

  • Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition

  • City of Denver’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs

  • Together Colorado

  • Catholic Charities

  • Littleton Immigrant Resources Center

  • Mi Familia Vota

  • Servicios de la Raza

  • Mi Casa Resource Center

  • Colorado People’s Alliance 

  • Motus Theater

  • Clinica Tepayac

  • Padres & Jovenes Unidos

  • Towards Justice

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Colorado Federal Legislators

  • Senator Michael Bennet (D)

  • Senator Cory Gardner (R)

  • Representative Diana DeGette (D, District 1) 

  • Representative Joe Neguse (D, District 2)

  • Representative Scott Tipton (R, District 3)

  • Representative Ken Buck (R, District 4)

  • Representative Doug Lamborn (R, District 5)

  • Representative Jason Crow (D, District 6)

  • Representative Ed Perlmutter (D, District 7)