RRRS Mission Statement

Collaborating to provide services and opportunities to ensure assimilation of refugees into our society by providing assistance as they strive to be self-sustaining neighbors while still maintaining their own cultural heritage.

All of the organizations listed on this site are in great need of volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering, there are links for contacting each organization on their respective pages.

About RRRS

Rochester Refugee
Resettlement Services

759 Dewey Avenue

Rochester, NY 14613

585-319-3134

Hours

Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Donations

RRRS greatly appreciates financial contributions, which will support our annual Drivers' Education, Basic Machine Tool Operators and Certified Nursing Assistant classes.

Your gift is tax-deductible! If you are interested in helping refugees through financial gift, please mail your check payable to Rochester Refugee Resettlement Services to this address:

Attn: Michael Coniff

Rochester Refugee Resettlement Services

Post Office Box 15733

Rochester, NY 14615

If you have any questions about making financial contributions, please contact Michael Coniff at 585-732-5803 or by email.

Rochester Refugee Women's Network

The Rochester Refugee Women's Network brings together women from the global refugee community in Rochester, New York, for the purpose of education and empowerment. The Network includes women from all over the world who have resettled in Rochester, plus health care professionals, representatives from the resettlement agency, a county legislator, college and graduate school students and interns, and many supportive volunteers.

Through social networking,education, and cultural orientation, RRWN seeks to make the resettlement process more successful, build friendships across cultures and languages, and expand all of our worlds through learning from one another.

Contact the RRWN here, or visit our Facebook page.