Road to Livelihood

Welcome to your new home

Adjusting to life in a new country is difficult – there’s a new language, different culture, and finding a job can be challenging. Road to Livelihood helps make this transition easier for refugees. We can help you connect to your new home and community in northeastern Wisconsin.

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refugees got jobs in 2020

How we can help

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Find Resources

Connect with a community of friends, employers, and support.

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Learn English

Study English and find classes to learn the language.

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Find Work

Practice interviewing, look for work, and learn what it takes to get promoted.

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Learn Skills

Train and earn certificates in partnership with area employers, to help you start a career.

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Budget

Figure out American money and set a budget for your household.

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Use Computers

Whether you’re new to computers or just need to learn the American keyboard, we are here to help.

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Find Childcare

Find a safe, loving place for your children to learn and grow while you’re at work.

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Plan Transportation

Learn where things are and how to get there.

How can I apply?

Please come to one of our offices to apply in person. You do not need to bring any paperwork to your first appointment. Eventually, we will ask you for a few official documents, including your

  • I-94
  • employment authorization card
  • permanent residency card
  • other official documentation with your current status

This will help us determine if we can help you.

Just the FAQs

Where is Road to Livelihood?

We offer Road to Livelihood in the following counties:

  • Brown
  • Dane
  • Outagamie
  • Winnebago

Can you help me?

We may be able to help if you:

  • have asylum in the U.S.
  • are a victim of trafficking
  • hold a special immigrant visa
  • have a protected status

If you are wondering whether we can help you, please call us. We are happy to tell you more.

Do I need to bring any papers with me?

It is okay if you do not bring paperwork to your first appointment. Eventually, we will ask you for a few official documents, including your

  • I-94
  • employment authorization card
  • permanent residency card
  • other official documentation with your current status

This will help us determine if you qualify for assistance.

Ready to achieve your dreams?

Don’t wait another minute. Contact us today.

Want more information? We’re here for you.