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Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs


The Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs (DOIRA) promotes greater awareness and integration of immigrant and refugee residents in Denver. We partner with nonprofits, community based organizations, residents and government agencies to develop and implement policies, practices and programs that influence the various paths of immigrant integration. 

  • If you are an immigrant or refugee: You can find valuable resources and information from local nonprofits, libraries and government agencies.
  • If you are a community based organization or non-profit: We would love to chat about how collaboration and partnership can be leveraged to increase community impact and reach. We would be happy to address the challenges and opportunities you find your clients and customers facing in order to bridge more successfully to the appropriate city agency where dialogue, recommendation and partnership can lead to action.
  • If you are a government agency, office or department: We can help your agency develop a greater understanding of the immigrant and refugee community needs in Denver, share best practices and recommended strategies for outreach.
     

 

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DOIRA Interactive Map

Explore Denver’s diverse community using this interactive map by sorting through the following filters: languages spoken at home, median household income, and foreign born population percentages by neighborhood.

Data Source: ACS 2014-2018 Five-Year Estimates and 2019 Denver Public Schools student enrollment data.


Contact Us

Atim Otii - Director
María Corral, Community Integration Coordinator
Vanessa Saldivar, Cities for Action Regional Coordinator

201 West Colfax Avenue,
Dept. 1102 - 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80202
TTY: (720) 913-8457
Fax: (720) 913-8470
immigrants@denvergov.org

 
 
 
 
 

Location & Hours
Webb Municipal Building, 2nd Floor
201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 1102
Denver, CO 80202

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 


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