Our Programs

 

Opening Doors provides tools and support for survivors of human trafficking, refugees, immigrants and other underserved residents. Our programs empower them to achieve self-sufficiency and reach their business and personal financial goals.

 

Refugee Programs

 

As refugees arrive in Sacramento, Opening Doors supports them as they move through all aspects of resettlement and acclimation to a new country, a new workplace environment, and new healthcare and financial systems.

 

Prosperity Project

 

We help underserved Sacramento area residents improve their economic situations by starting or expanding small businesses, by taking control of their personal finances, and by better understanding the US financial system. We offer Personal Finances Assistance with an intensive MoneyWork$ program in Spanish for those who are ready to take charge of their personal finances. We also offer Small Business Assistance through microloans to business owners and entrepreneurs who are unable to obtain financing through traditional sources.

 

 

Survivors of Human Trafficking.

 

Our case management team assists those who have escaped their trafficker or are freed by law enforcement to begin new lives in the Sacramento region. As a founding member of Sacramento’s Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking Coalition, we have taken a leadership role in our region’s fight against human trafficking.

 

 

Immigration Legal Services

 

We offer immigration legal services for nominal and affordable fees. We also assist in representing immigrants in the following immigration categories: Family-based Immigration, Victims of Crime Visas and Petitions, Citizenship, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Refugee Adjustment of Status, and other immigration related matters.

 

 

Year in Review 2015

 

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Year in Review 2012