Refugee Resource Map

Tennessee Refugee Resource Map: Click on the map above to go to the interactive resource map. This resource map showcases over 75+ nonprofits in 7 Tennessee cities. Services these organizations provide include English classes, Employment Services, Computer Literacy Classes, Youth Programs, Elder Programs and more.

Free Virtual Resources:

English Classes

Babbel – Free English classes online for Ukrainians

TIRRC – They offer English classes 3 times a year for 8 weeks ($20/year)

TN Electronic Library – Offers free English classes through Transparent Language

Employment Services

Jobs 4 TN – Virtual job center, has a database of jobs in the state.

TN Electronic Library – Offers career prep and test prep for college and graduate school.

USA Hello – Offers tips and advice about jobs, keeping employment, and more information on careers and entrepreneurship.

Citizenship Classes

TIRRC – They offer free 8-week citizenship classes 3 times a year.

USA Hello – They have a guide on how to apply for citizenship and offer free online citizenship classes.


USA Hello – Offers free virtual GED classes and provides more information on how to schedule and take the GED test.

Legal Services

TIRRC – There legal services include Naturalization, Adjustment of Status, FOIA filing, legal consults, and DACA/residency renewals. These are all low-cost, ranging from free to $300 depending on the need (not including any costs for filing directly paid to USCIS). The direct line is 615-282-5544.

TnJFON – They provide free or low cost immigration legal services to individuals seeking humanitarian relief, educates the community about immigration matters, and advocates for immigrant rights.

Legal Information

USA Hello – Learn more information about immigration processes such as visas, green cards, asylum and refugee processes, DACA, DED and TPS.

Other Services

Homework Hotline – They tutor K-12 Tennessee students during the school year in most subjects such as in reading, language arts, math, social studies, science, Spanish, and more. They offer assistance in English, Arabic, Spanish, French, Hindi, and Farsi. They are open to call from 3-8PM Monday – Thursday

Imagination Library – A free book each month for children from birth to five years old.

Little Free Library – There are little free Libraries, all over Tennessee. Find a library near you with books to read.

Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. – Offers virtual books for everyone in Tennessee with a library card.

TIRRC – They offer a resource line to folks state-wide, to assist connecting refugees with services outside of TIRRC. Their resource line is 615-414-1030.

USA Hello – Offers extra resources for Afghans and Ukrainians.