Supporting education and innovation.
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 when adjusting to life in their new home, including but not limited to immigration applications, social services, and appointments.
Citizenship Study Group
CRIC assists in working one-on-one with individuals to help them learn US History & Civics, practice English skills, and prepare for the interview with the goal of ultimately passing the U.S. Citizenship Exam.
Driver's License Study Group
CRIC currently hosts two driver's license study groups, where refugees and immigrants can come and practice their English while studying to pass the Utah Drivers License Exam.
CRIC manages a local community garden, where refugees and immigrants grow and harvest their own fresh produce. The community garden not only bolsters CRIC’s goal of providing fresh produce to refugees and immigrants, but also actively provides a platform for refugee and immigrant families to acquire more knowledge surrounding agriculture and farming.
Your Help Has Changed Lives
We would not be able to help our refugee community the way we do without your support.
Dedicated to change peoples lives.
Check out our annual report to learn about CRIC’s impact in 2017