Afghan Support Centers

Helping you get the support you need to make the U.S. your home

We are so thankful for all the providers in Atlanta who helped 748 Afghans get the help they needed during our Support Center event on November 15 -18, 2023. So many organizations came together to offer compassionate and caring solutions to these families. If you couldn't attend or have additional questions about services available to you, please review the provider list below and contact them. They are ready and eager to help you.

To learn more about the support provided to Afghans and their families in Atlanta, please click here.


Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart

Building 2, Floor 4 Exhibit Hall

40 John Portman Blvd.

November 15 - 17: 10am – 7pm

November 18 - 10am – 5pm


For rides to and from the event contact:

Chris Dryja, 918.218.7987

Danielle Joseph, 931.342.2143


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) - Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA), Office of the Coordinator for Afghan Relocation Efforts (CARE)


Georgia Department of Community Affairs


Global Village Project (Other: Education, Women’s Services)

Twende Porini Foundation


Georgia Piedmont Technical College, Adult Education Dept. (ESL, GED, HiSET)

Georgia Tech Language Institute


Catholic Charities Atlanta (Other: Child & Youth, Legal, Public Benefits, Resettlement Agency)

Inspiritus (Other: Resettlement Agency)

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Other: Legal)


Center For Victims of Torture

CORE Response (Other: Education, Public Benefits)

International Rescue Committee-Atlanta

LiveSafe Resources (Other: Housing, Legal, Women’s Services)

New American Pathways (Other: Legal, Resettlement Agency)


Evacuate Our Allies Coalition

Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network


Afghan American Alliance of Georgia (Other: Education, Employment)

ICNA Relief USA Programs Inc. (Other: Housing, Legal, Health)

Social Security Administration

As DHS’s commitment to Operation Allies Welcome (OAW) parolees is enduring, USCIS hosts Afghan Support Centers to assist them in connecting to services integral to their long-term stability and integration in the United States. While USCIS provides the support center forum, USCIS does not endorse any service providers present and does not participate in, nor is responsible for, the services provided by any service providers.