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Building Bridges Between Cultures

What We Do

Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association (IMAA) fosters the well-being and independence of refugees and immigrants who have resettled in the Rochester area through its programs including victim services, employment, community health worker, interpretation, and translation. To learn more about our programs, click here.

Community Health Workers Program

The Community Health Worker program builds bridges to good health by serving individuals at the grassroots level and connecting them to the healthcare system.

Interpreting & Translating Services

The interpreting and translating program builds bridges through language by providing interpretation and translation in over 47 languages.

Victim Services

The Victim Services program builds bridges to safety and hope by providing culturally sensitive, bilingual direct service to immigrant and refugee victims of general crime.

Employment Services

The Employment Services program builds bridges to self-sufficiency by assisting people to find a job and become more independent.

Achieved in 2017

Job Placement

Healthcare Enrollment

Interpreting Services

Victims Assisted

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Who We Are

Serving Immigrants and Refugees Since 1984.

Founded in 1984, IMAA is building bridges between cultures every day by providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services.

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Get In Touch

Address: 2500 Valleyhigh Drive NW, Rochester, MN 55901

Phone: (507) 289-5960

Fax: (507) 289-6199

Business Hours: 8:30a-5:00p M-F