Arab-American Family Support Center opens its doors to Brooklyn community with new site

The Arab-American Family Support Center opened its latest location in Brooklyn, providing support for Arabic, Middle Eastern, South Asian, and Muslim communities for 27 years.
The new community center will be accessible for all with elevators and children waiting rooms in place. The Arab-American Family Support Center is a non-profit organization established in 1994 to provide culturally and linguistically competent, trauma-informed social services to low-income immigrants and refugees in New York City.
The organization recently celebrated 62 people who passed their U.S. Citizenship interview and exam that took place at the Adult Readiness Program, which is one of the many programs offered by the Arab-American Family Support Center.