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The factr Family Story Book Project

Factr is launching a project to capture the voices, stories, and experiences of immigrant seniors to make their stories available to their families and their communities.

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Footprints Guild

The Footprints Guild brings together artists and artisans from around the world and helps them in entrepreneurship at the community scale.

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We help restore spirits of immigrants and refugees across the nation

Factr believes in working for the well-being and betterment of humankind and we strive to give immigrants and refugees their fair chance in the pursuit of happiness. YOU can help too!!

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Ten Million immigrants call California home

They make up 42% of California’s total population. Factr promotes the resilience and well-being of refugees and immigrants through counseling, forensic services, educational workshops and opportunities for cultural exchange with the larger community.

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We believe in empowering families with a sense of commonly shared humanity

We provide one-on-one services and community programs that help newcomer families gain the knowledge and skills that will enable them to be effective in their new communities.

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Mindful Aging Project

The Mindful Aging Project (MAP) is a collaboration between Factr and the African Community Health Institute which aims to decrease health disparities and improve the health and wellness of older newcomers and promote mindful aging.

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Education Navigation Services

factr’s Education Navigation Services (ENS) focuses on assisting English language learners and/or immigrant school-aged children with difficulties in their academics and in adjusting to a new school environment.

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The 3 Cs ~ Culture, Compassion and Connection

The 3 Cs is a developmentally, and culturally appropriate prevention and early intervention program that addresses inter-ethnic conflict and aids in stopping bullying of refugee and immigrant children as they enter Kindergarten.

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Immigration Hardship Center

factr’s Immigration Hardship Center works with the legal community to ensure newcomers Sixth Amendment rights are protected.