Immigrant Health

Immigrant Health staff will assess your and your family’s healthcare needs, and they will also help you access services and resources, especially if you’re experiencing challenges.

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Youth Life Skills

If you are a government-assisted refugee youth (age 15-25) who has arrived in Nova Scotia within the last three months, our Youth Life Skills services will provide you with guidance and support to help you adjust to life in Canada by matching you with a peer youth who speaks your first language.

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Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP)

Through this program, our resettlement assistance counsellors will welcome you at the airport, help you move into temporary accommodations, and assist you with your immediate needs such as moving into your first apartment, setting up banking, and accessing healthcare.

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Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Program

In our Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Program, we provide information, resources, and support to groups and individuals who are interested or involved in the sponsorship of refugees, increasing settlement capacity and awareness in the community.

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EAL Literacy

ISANS’ EAL (English as an Addtional Language) Literacy classes help newcomers with little or no formal education.

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