The Coalition of Refugee Service Agencies (CRSA) brings together 21 local refugee- and immigrant-serving organizations.

Our Mission: To engage a broad coalition to highlight the cultural, social, and economic contributions of refugees and immigrants in Georgia.

Our Vision: We envision a future where every person who calls Georgia home is valued, respected, and able to build a successful life.

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What We Believe

Shared Values: Americans are defined by how they live their lives and what they do to contribute. Refugee families come to our state to build a better, safer life—a quintessentially American thing to do. In line with its strong faith traditions and humanitarian spirit, Georgia has embraced those fleeing persecution and violence for more than 40 years.

Economic Impact: Like other immigrants, refugees are more likely to start businesses. One in ten Georgians is foreign-born, but 31 percent of Main Street businesses in the state (small enterprises providing every day goods and services) are owned by immigrants. Refugees are welcomed by many of Georgia’s largest industries, such as poultry processing, manufacturing, warehousing, tourism, and hospitality.

Welcoming Communities: America is the land of the free and the home of the brave. Welcoming refugees into our communities speaks to our commitment to this fundamental principle. Becoming a more welcoming community means more customers for our local businesses, more jobs created by immigrant entrepreneurs, and a thriving economy that benefits us all.

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Our Members


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Burmese Rohingya Community of Georgia

Catholic Charities Atlanta

CDF: A Collective Action Initiative

Center for Pan-Asian Community Services

Center for Victims of Torture

Clarkston Community Center

Eritrean-American Community Association of Georgia

Friends of Refugees

Global Village Project


International Rescue Committee in Atlanta

Jewish Family and Career Services

Latin American Association

New American Pathways

Refuge Coffee Co. 

Refugee Women’s Network

Re’Generation Movement

Somali-American Community Center

Syrian Community Network – Atlanta 


World Relief Atlanta