Despite low numbers of new arrivals, Catholic Charities continues robust services for refugees
Refugee children play at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Nashville in this file photo from the summer of 2019. Refugee arrivals in Middle Tennessee reached an all-time low in 2020, but Catholic Charities continues to serve refugee children and adults with a wide range of programming for up to five years after they arrive in the U.S.

Despite low numbers of new arrivals, Catholic Charities continues robust services for refugees

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