Communities thrive on compassion.

Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees and asylees from many countries, cultures, languages, faiths, and political opinions. We began in 1981 with the mission to serve the legal needs of immigrants and Cuban refugees, who had arrived as part of the Mariel boatlift in 1980. Since that time, Exodus has helped thousands of refugees establish their lives in Indiana.

About Exodus

Our Impact
Basic Needs
Health
Language
Culture
Employment
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1,757
Case Management appointments held in 2016.
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532
hours of individual and family counseling performed in 2016.
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778
English classes held in 2016.
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511
individuals trained to ride IndyGo in 2016.
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512
jobs secured for refugees in 2016.
Read Refugee Stories
Nahom’s Story
Nahom left Eritrea with his siblings for Khartoum, Sudan to join his uncle who had fled Eritrea some time before. Next, Nahom’s family hitched a ride on a truck bound for the Sudan-Libya border. At the border, Nahom and his family boarded another truck, lying underneath a tarp that covered the truck’s bed.
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A new wave of Burmese find refuge in Indiana
Communities thrive on compassion. Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees and asylees from many countries, cultures, languages, faiths, and political opinions. We began in 1981 with the mission to serve the legal needs of immigrants and Cuban refugees, who had arrived as part of the Mariel boatlift in 1980.
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In the Spotlight: Morales Group Inc. Staffing
Exodus is grateful for the many community partners who make our work possible. Starting as a small family business in 2003, the Morales Group has quickly grown into a thriving source of employment in Indianapolis, and we're so lucky to have their support.
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