$13M project expands services for thousands of immigrants, refugees in Tacoma

The past few years have been a turbulent time for national immigration policy.

From increased immigration enforcement to travel bans, policy changes have not gone unnoticed at the Tacoma Community House, which provides immigration, education, employment and advocacy services to immigrants and refugees.

“At no point in recent history have TCH’s programs for immigrants and refugees been more in demand or more needed,” according to its website.

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