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Refugee Connections Spokane (RCS) is a non-profit organization which works to identify and address barriers to the successful resettlement of refugees and immigrants in the Spokane area.



RCS has dedicated efforts to foster wellness through the Harvest Project, Patient Passports, and Interpreter Training and has promoted civic engagement through Police Potlucks, Law and Justice Workshops, and the World Refugee Day Celebration.
  • Language
    Language Classes
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    Legal Services
    Social & Health Services

RCS also strives to increase awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the cultures and traditions, resettlement experiences, skills, abilities, and contributions of refugees and immigrants. This means we work with refugee communities and other refugee service providers to develop projects, programs, and resources which benefit refugees and immigrants in the Spokane area.

Founded in 2011, Refugee Connections Spokane has provided a multitude of services to the refugee and immigrants in the Spokane community.

RCS has dedicated efforts to foster wellness through the Harvest Project, Patient Passports, and Interpreter Training and has promoted civic engagement through Police Potlucks, Law and Justice Workshops, and the World Refugee Day Celebration.