Americans provide safe place for young Ukrainians who escaped the war 

by Yanina Makoviy Nastya is 18 years old girl who escaped the war in Ukraine. As we all know Russia invaded Ukraine on 24th of February and Ukrainians have been fighting for their freedom for more than 6 months now.  Almost 10 million Ukrainians left their homeland.  And almost 100,000 came to the USA.  UkrainiansContinue reading Americans provide safe place for young Ukrainians who escaped the war 

Ukrainian kids get free laptops for a new academic year

by Yanina Makoviy The new academic year is around the corner. But thousands of Ukrainian kids who were supposed to leave their country and come to the USA because of Russian invasion are struggling now with getting the needed school supplies for a new school year. Slavics.org together with The Laptop Elf Project donated andContinue reading “Ukrainian kids get free laptops for a new academic year”

More and more American family join us to help Ukrainian refugees

by Yanina Makoviy From the very first day of the war in Ukraine Americans opened their hearts, wallets and raised their helping hand for Ukrainians. The war is still not over. It’s been 5 months already. And Slavics.org as well as all Ukrainians are grateful that more and more Americans start or keep helping refugees.Continue reading “More and more American family join us to help Ukrainian refugees”

Finally! The first work permits have been sent to Ukrainian refugees

by Yanina Makoviy Sasha crossed the Mexican border into the United States on April 15, 2022 and received a humanitarian parole with his family. They live in Florida on the Tampa side. His  way to obtain a WORK PERMIT: April 29 – Form received in Chicago with standard payment of $410 Between May 11 andContinue reading “Finally! The first work permits have been sent to Ukrainian refugees”

Slavics.org delivers food to Los Angeles and Orange County now

by Yanina Makoviy War in Ukraine is still on. Ukrainians in the USA are still in need. Ukrainians are struggling with housing, food, transportation, health care etc. Slavics.org has been delivering food to Ukrainians in San Diego for a couple of months. And we started doing it in Los Angeles and Orange County. If youContinue reading “Slavics.org delivers food to Los Angeles and Orange County now”

Slavics.org delivers free food for Ukrainian refugees

by Yanina Makoviy Since the war in Ukraine started 6,000,000 people were supposed to leave their homes and their country. 70,000 Ukrainians crossed the border to the USA and hundreds of them stayed in California. People were forced to leave their country without money. Slavics Refugees & Immigrants Service Organization delivers free food to theContinue reading “Slavics.org delivers free food for Ukrainian refugees”

Медичне страхування для українців

by Yanina Makoviy Українці, які перейшли кордон США по гуманітарному паролю мають право на Medi-Cal та інші суспільні пільги. Щоб біженці мали можливість піти на прийом до лікаря, вони повинні спочатку подати заявку до Medi-Cal. FHCSD має спеціалістів по реєстрації, які допоможуть подати заявку до Medi-Cal. З ними можна зв’язатися за номером (619) 515-2363. Перейдіть заContinue reading “Медичне страхування для українців”

Medical insurance for Ukrainian refugees

by Yanina Makoviy Ukrainian Humanitarian Parolees (UHPs) are eligible for Medi-Cal and other public benefits.  To refugees to be seen at the Refugee Clinic at FHCSD, they need to first make an application to Medi-Cal. FHCSD has Enrollment Specialists that will assist with making the application to Medi-Cal. They can be reached at (619) 515-2363. PleaseContinue reading “Medical insurance for Ukrainian refugees”