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Social Services &
Case management

We also offer support through our general case management and referrals program. As various resources come available, we outreach to and engage our Iraqi communities so that they become aware and connected to existing resources. We also provide intensive case management in a wide range of languages to attain employment, housing, connections to healthcare providers, and access public benefits. This program also encompasses our team of Cultural Navigators, who are actively disseminating resources and information.

Want to learn more about this program? Contact us with any questions!


Rand Al Hammadi

Social Services Department Manager

Rand was born in Baghdad, Iraq, a long journey, and a long experience of 20 years in the field of social services and case management. She graduated from the University of Baghdad, Faculty of Languages in 2003, worked in the Ministry of Trade, theDepartment of Foreign Exhibitions, and was responsible for external relations at theBaghdad International Fair. Move to united states in 2010 and start as a volunteer in park orchard elementary school as teacher assistance and later she worked with theKent schools district as a translator .in 2015 graduated from Renton Technical college as a CNA and then start working with Lutheran community services global to local program assistant help new Refugees and immigrants families to know about the schools systems and enroll them with apple health finder and apply for Orca card and obtained theirs services. After that, she started her work with the Iraqi community Center in 2016, as prime case manager and after that senior case manager along career in the field of social services to serve refugees and immigrants in various transactions and help them become independent ,and in 2017 she worked with the city of Kent as a cultural Communities Board member, and also worked with the open doors for multicultural families Non-profit organization as a board member in 2018. Currently working as a Social Services Department Manager ensuring IRCCW is providing culturally responsive services and support to our underserved  community members. We provide comprehensive services for our families help them thrive towards self-sufficiency.

Reem Kadhim

PRIME Case Manager

Reem have been a case manager at the ICCW since 2018. As a case manager, he provide a wide range of services for our families. Reem helps community members to overcome the language barrier and cultural differences. Reem strives to solve their problems, provide them with different resources, and educate them to make their lives in the USA easier.

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