Posted by Guest on February 13, 2019 in Blog
By Ian Tennison
Last week ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) held a policy briefing about educational and healthcare needs of immigrant communities on Capitol Hill. As the largest Arab American social services agency in the United States, ACCESS is one of Michigan’s largest direct service providers.
The briefing consisted of two panels. The first addressed the critical importance of quality education, out-of-school programs in academic, social, and emotional development of immigrant youth. The featured panelists included ACCESS’s Anisa Sahoubah and Rima Meroueh, Margie McHugh from the Migration Policy Institute, and Hannah Matthews from the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP). Each panelist...Read more