ORR Fact Sheets
View these fact sheets for detailed information about the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).
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A broad range of material, including training and technical assistance, is available from ORR's partners, through the Network Resources Portal.
Grantee Reporting Forms: The Office of Refugee Resettlement funds an array of formula and discretionary programs to states, voluntary agencies, and Mutual Assistance Associations. Standard reporting forms for all federal grants, including Formula, Discretionary, and Match Grant, are available here.
Call for Grant Reviewers: ORR’s grant review support contractor, F2 Solutions, is seeking qualified individuals—both federal and non-federal—to review ORR discretionary grant applications (non-federal reviewers are eligible for a $1,250 honorarium). Candidates should have considerable expertise in areas related to serving ORR targeted populations such as social work, case management, employment services, community development, and/or program-specific expertise. For more information, contact F2 Solutions.
Resettlement, Coordinated Placement, Integration, and Health
View key resettlement resources for new arrivals.
Use integration resources to learn how to aid refugee adjustment and integration in to the United States.
Use health resources to learn how to reduce the spread of infectious diseases, ensure ailments are identified and treated, promote preventive health practices, and promote good health practices that facilitate successful integration and self-sufficiency.
Explore previous key indicators for refugee placement in communities across the United States.
Economic Development and Employment
Use employment resources to help address difficulties refugees face when seeking employment in the United States.