New American Alliance Launches New Interactive Website



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New American Alliance Launches New Interactive Website

St. LOUIS (Oct. 25, 2018) The New American Alliance, a referral program to help foreign-born individuals locate and access resources in the St. Louis area, has launched its new website --

“With a fresh look and feel and intuitive design, our new website is designed to help people born outside the U.S. and now living in St. Louis find resources, services, and make connections,” said Jacquelyn Ballard, New American Alliance Project Coordinator. “Fully optimized for mobile devices, our new site allows users to learn more about what we do and the partners we work with across the St. Louis region.”

The New American Alliance was founded by five partners: the Asian American Chamber of Commerce, Casa de Salud, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the International Institute of St. Louis, and the St. Louis Mosaic Project.

Anyone can contact the New American Alliance with questions about where to find services geared towards people from diverse cultures and language backgrounds.

The St. Louis New American Alliance initiative is funded by a generous grant from Missouri Foundation for Health. The Foundation is a major regional resource that works with communities and non-profits to generate and accelerate positive changes in health.

Last year, the New American Alliance established the St. Louis Regional Immigrant and Refugee Resource Ecosystem Map to help St. Louis area immigrants access services. The Clark-Fox Family Foundation compiled the map which depicts services in four broad categories and links to those service providers that welcome and/or focus on new Americans.