An initiative of the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque
Immigration Community Assessment
Read the Immigration Community Assessment
Local systems can be difficult to navigate — especially for newcomers. Our Immigration Community Assessment is helping increase access to systems and resources for immigrants in the Dubuque region by identifying available services and opportunities for new ones.Read the Immigration Community Assessment Online
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Immigration Community Assessment Focuses on Closing Service Gaps
Clearing Paths to Employment for Immigrants
Bridging Needs With Generosity
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"We needed a deeper understanding of how our community could support immigrant newcomers in navigating the various systems for finding housing, jobs, and services. The Immigration Needs Assessment broadened our view and pulled together a variety of resources."
“The Marshallese have been living in the U.S. for three decades and struggling every day with the challenges we face. It can be very hard to complete your day or look to tomorrow. But I know that there are a lot of good, smart people in our community that deserve a better life.”
Did you know?
There are over 3,200 foreign born residents living in Dubuque County — and that number is growing. Our Pacific Islander population, for instance, has increased by over 780% since 2010.