Community Empowerment and Serving

We Assist, Educate, Empower & give Orientation/Referrals.

–          Tutoring: teaching them how to navigate the system and access the community’s available resources

–          Counseling:  help them with past trauma and issues surrounding entering a new country

–          Life Skills : ESL

–          Employment: teach and assist refugees with resume preparation, interview skills, job search and referral.

–          Computer Lab: enables the refugee and immigrant to conduct job search, be informed, be educated, to communicate with their families left home, and to be in touch with the world.

–          Social Services: Human Services, ….

–          Medical: we participate in Health Fair with them, educate them on health issues, help them find resources,…

–          Benevolence: Our funds are very limited, but now and then we help refugees with emergency needs and or expose them to community resources

–          Family Counseling

–          Our community Room offers them a safe environment where they can fellowship with others and not feel lost or like an outsider.

Cross-Cultural Education: For Schools, Churches, Organizations

A La Source Initiates a Cross-Cultural Dialogue, Equips the Community and Leaders on Cultural issues with a specific emphasis on Refugees.

We also offer Translation & Interpretation services: You can submit your request via email at or Text/ Call (303) 847-3247

Make sure you indicate:

  • the language/s you are needing help with. We assist with French, Swahili, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda & Russian.
  • the date  & place of function/s
  • how many clients you have.

Our Executive Director Joseph Nsabimbona wrote several work-books: a book “Love Redeemed” on marriage and uses it for Couples counseling. Joseph also wrote Rescued” assisting in “Peace, Healing & Reconciliation”

If you are interested in having Pastor Joseph share at your event or organization, click to the link below and fill-out the form:

Youth & Young Adults:

1.       Mentor refugee kids through Save Our Youth:

Transforming the lives of at-risk youth through mentor relationships, providing the skills for success in educational, emotional, spiritual development.


ü  Educational Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to school.

ü  Emotional Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to their mentor, other adults, and their peers.

ü  Spiritual Development—Improve youth’s connection and commitment to community by “wrapping” them with a network of caring individuals that will help them make healthy life choices.

2. Youth & Young Adults Weekly Fellowship

Food & Clothing Bank:

The Food and Clothing Bank exists to serve those in need: refugees, immigrants and the local community. We at A La Source want to meet both spiritual and physical needs. Not only do we give people food and clothing, but we show them Christ’s love in the way we welcome, listen, & pray with and for them. We treat them as we would like to be treated.                                                  Request a Food Basket for a Family


Medical: we participate in Health Fair with the Refugees, educate them on health issues and help them find resources,…

A La Source hosts Health Forum conducted by our Medical Providers partners such as Inner city-Health

Special Needs: Special NeedsWe journey with  “The least of these” The key words are:LOVE, HONOR & DIGNITY, SUPPORTING, EMPOWERING unto JESUS CHRIST. We offer a Safe place where our participants and their Caregivers can be Supported, Equipped and Empowered. Fellowship & stopping isolation and making new friends.  Click here  English Version Special Needs Support group Ministry2018 (2) (2)(2)for Complete Description of “Special Needs Program”


We help refugees be Environmentally sensitive and engaged. We have a whole curriculum designed and taught by our Specialist Staff (Masters Degree)