How we emerge May 1, 2020 Apology and a warning. If you are having a difficult time, this blog may not be the best choice of reading in this moment. I’m also struggling. Through writing I process my thoughts, my fears – but I understand that those thoughts may trigger something in others. And so…
These are unprecedented times for IRCOM. We have shifted our service delivery model to continue to serve vulnerable refugee families during COVID-19. This includes a mix of remote and limited in-person programs and services. In line with the Province of Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services Together: Manitoba’s Phased Approach, and in compliance with all public health…
From the corner of my eye, I could see Gabe coming in and out of the office. He stopped by the key box and leaned against the desk. Most mornings, since many staff are working from home, there are few of us around. There was a restlessness about him, he was loitering. I was used…
IRCOM is a one-of-a-kind place; a home to hundreds of immigrants and refugees from across the globe.
“I am so grateful that I am here with my kids. I can always depend on IRCOM Services whenever I need help with finding resources. When I moved here with my children, I did not know about this city and schools and grocery stores, but the friendly staff who speak[s] in my language helped me to know everything.” -Kadra Olhaye from Somalia
After School Programs
Making an Impact
The goal of IRCOM’s After School Program is to assist newcomer children and youth to positively integrate into their new environment in Canada.
Making an Impact
IRCOM is a leader in research. Whether it is housing strategies, wrap-around holistic supports, or our unique newcomer-focused early childhood development hub, we are changing the narrative by our unique approach to settlement and integration.