There are thousands of immigrants who call Morgan County home. We are all neighbors, co-workers, friends and family. OMC's work is aimed at helping to make the transitions associated with immigration more efficient so that each of us in our many roles, whether we are immigrants or receiving community members, have an increased chance of reaching our highest potential for the betterment of ourselves and for our community.
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- OMC is not involved in refugee resettlement and has no authority to make decisions about refugees relocating to Morgan County.
OneMorgan County does network with refugee resettlement agencies to communicate our community’s needs and bring additional resources to the area to address the challenges of secondary migration.
OMC does not advocate for the undermining of immigration law.
OneMorgan County is recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Justice Board of Immigration Appeals to provide accurate information regarding immigration law and regulations so that citizens, immigrant aliens, non-immigrant aliens and undocumented aliens can make informed decisions.
OMC does not presume that there are easy solutions.
OneMorgan County does strive to reduce some of the challenges faced by other community agencies, businesses and government entities so that those organizations can deliver their goods and services more efficiently.
OMC does not work with a predominant group.
OneMorgan County does focus on immigrant integration for receiving community members, immigrants and refugees while prioritizing the presenting needs in consideration of OMC’s available resources.
OMC does not demand any one opinion toward immigration.
OneMorgan County does mean to foster opportunities for relationship-building where they otherwise might not exist, might not be cultivated and might not be nurtured.
In the News
Dozens receive OneMorgan County honorsFort Morgan Times
Dec 14, 2012
People who help immigrants to integrate into the community can lose friends and be pushed out of organizations. That means it takes courage and commitment to reach out to newcomers, which is why dozens of people were honored at the OneMorgan County annual meeting ...more...
Editorial: Lots going on in Fort Morgan these daysFort Morgan Times
Dec 13, 2012
...Fort Morgan played host to two big events Tuesday. One was a panel discussion by refugee advocates that included representatives from OneMorgan County, Cargill Meat Solutions, the Fort Morgan Police Department and others. ...more...
Panel in Fort Morgan talks about refugeesFort Morgan Times
Dec 13, 2012
Fort Morgan has caught the attention of refugee advocates, and they came to get a tour of the city and talk about refugees Tuesday. Joe Wismann-Horther of the Colorado Refugee Services Program and James Horan of Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains joined Cargill Meat Solutions General Manager Nicole Johnson-Hoffman ...more...
Murrow journalists tour Fort MorganFort Morgan Times
Nov 17, 2012
A delegation of Chinese, Hong Kong and Singapore visitors came through Fort Morgan last week, revealing that China is not always what we think. A delegation of Chinese, Hong Kong and Singapore visitors came through Fort Morgan last week, revealing that China is not always what we think. ...more...
International Music Fest 2013
Saturday, April 27th
Fort Morgan High School
Quarterly Meeting for Refugee Services in Morgan County
Dates: Mar 12, Jun 11,
Sep 10, Dec 10
Location: RE-3 Support Center, 715 W. Platte Ave in Fort Morgan, CO
Needs to Know
This simple, comprehensive guidebook equips immigrants and refugees with essential practical information, allowing them to feel confident and succeed in the U.S.