Multi-Cultural Outreach Program

Providing services for unaccompanied children under 18 who have immigrated to the United States with no parent or legal guardian on their journey to provide care. With the the help of the United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), our on site case managers are able to assist youth with; safety assessments through home studies, enrollment in school, access to legal and health services, and safe, supported adaptation into new homes.

What do we do? 

We provide services for unaccompanied children pre and post reunification with their sponsors or families.  We do this by assessing the safety and appropriateness of homes through home studies, assisting with enrollment in school, gaining access to legal and health services, and ensuring safe and supported adaptation into their new homes.

By definition, an unaccompanied child is an individual under 18 years old who has immigrated to the United States with no parent or legal guardian on their journey to provide care.

What is our goal? 

Successful community integration is vital for the child and family to thrive in the U.S. long term. The families served must overcome linguistic and systematic hurdles.
We are committed to ensuring the well-being and successful orientation of clients by educating families about laws, policies, and their rights.
We aspire to act as the extended hand of Lady Liberty welcoming the needy and cultivating this same attitude throughout the community by increasing awareness about the challenges and resiliency of these brave immigrants.
Multi-Cultural Outreach Program what is our goal

Our child support specialists help provide assistance with

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Access to Mental Health Resources

Access to Mental Health Resources

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Education


Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Legal Information

Legal Information

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Social Connection

Social Connection

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Safety and Security

Safety and Security

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Housing


Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Basic Needs

Basic Needs

Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Access Medical Care

Access to Medical Care

How can you help?

While the Multi-Cultural Outreach Program does not take outside referrals for our services, we are always in need of support from community members. Our clients have a broad range of needs from finding affordable legal aid, transportation, school supplies and basic home furnishings.
If you would like to make a donation to assist our families, you may donate electronically with the link below.
For any questions regarding donations please contact

Get Involved

Join us for “ENCUENTRO” each month to network with community members and providers of services that benefit the Spanish-speaking community in the Nashville area.
It’s a wonderful way to meet people with an interest in serving Nashville’s Latino community and staying aware of the latest services and events that can benefit this community.
Email to be added to the list serve and receive a monthly invitation.
Multi-Cultural Outreach Program Get involved

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