Uniting for Ukraine (Ukrainian Humanitarian Parolees)
All Ukrainians who were granted humanitarian parole (UHP) upon entry to the United States after February 24, 2022 are now eligible for services and assistance.
This program is designed to help Ukrainians thrive in their new communities by assisting with enrollment in employment programs and public benefits, referrals to medical and mental health services, and more.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) is a proud provider of the program through our affiliates and partners.
All Ukrainians who came to the United States after February 24, 2022 and have been granted humanitarian parole are eligible for the services.
- Initial assessment of needs and home visit
- Emergency housing support (if necessary
- Work authorization application
- Public benefits application (including Social Security and Medicare)
- Medical screening
- School enrollment
- Referrals to employment programs
- Cultural orientation
- Mental health referrals
- Legal assistance referrals
Key Contact Information
Kathy DeLacy - Contract Manager, Gap Services for UHP - LIRS
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