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Join us for a Community Conversation.

Community Conversations with Utah Humanities are facilitated with the belief that conversation engages and connects a community in ways that debates, and town halls cannot. These conversations do not seek to persuade, defend or argue one side over the other- there will be no winners or losers. Rather, we hope that dialogue can encourage better understanding and more compassionate listening among people form all walks of life.


Our mission is to promote integration, economic self-sufficiency, and positive connections among refugees, immigrants, and the wider community through two-way education, improved access to existing resources, and development of new services.


Our Services


Walk-In Hours

Walk-in hours are CRIC’s most frequented service. Monday-Thursday between 4pm and 6pm, refugees and immigrants can come to our office and seek assistance with any daily obstacles they may encounter.


Citizenship Study Group

CRIC assists in working one-on-one with individuals to help them learn US history & civics to prepare for the interview with the goal of ultimately passing the US citizenship exam.

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Community Garden

CRIC manages a local community garden, where refugees and immigrants grow and harvest their own fresh produce.

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Driver’s License Study Group

CRIC currently hosts two drivers license study groups, one in English and one in Spanish. Refugees and immigrants can attend to learn the rules of driving and practice to take the exam.


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You can change a life.

By donating to CRIC, you are welcoming refugees & immigrants into Cache Valley and creating a community for everyone.


Want to see what we accomplished in 2018?

Check out our annual report to learn about CRIC’s impact in 2018.