• is to assist new immigrants and African refugees rekindle commitment, inspire self actualization, empower adults in work environments, and identify youth who are going through puzzled change over living in the United States.
    We are a 501 (c)(3) exempt organization.
  • We plan to launch new services and expand our reach. Please help us accomplish our goals as an organization.
  • Two more hands can make an enormous difference in the lives of refugees. Be a CANIAR volunteer!
  • 3300 County Road 10, Suite 518D
    Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55429
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African Refugees and Teens out Reach Program (ARTOP) the primary objective is to assist both new immigrants and African refugee youth (NIARY) develop constructive sense about African Refugees and Teens out Reach Program (ARTOP)

It images, successful life management skills and realizes attainable goals. ARTOP’s elements of operation include in class discussions and volunteer services in the communities. The classroom component promotes the development of decision-making and communication skills and focuses on concerns such as NIARY relationship building concepts, peer pressure, family problems and life options. It bestows supportive environment in which the students do most of the talking and the facilitators relate to the students in a compassionate and non-judgmental manner. Volunteering in the community enhances the students’ sense of self-worth and enables them to see themselves as obliging contributing members in their communities.