Through a partnership with the Cone Health Congregational Nurses program students are provided with health services and classes. By working together NAI and the Congregational Nurses have developed health lessons and a model of service that builds community capacity for meeting health needs
The Vocational Education Program helps refugee clients reach self-sufficiency through assistance with GED and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) preparation, high school diploma and degree translation and/or evaluation, and skills re-certification.
NAI provides assistance and necessary resources to clients who are in need of supportive services. A Case Manager and UNCG/NCA&T Social Work Interns also help clients work towards self-sufficiency by working with them in the areas of health, government assistance, and housing.
NAI seeks to bring parties together to increase open communication and effective interaction between clients and key stakeholder groups within the community. This includes community outreach, providing cultural competency training and referring clients to appropriate community services