AccessCal in the News

Welcome to AccessCal in the News, where we’ll show you how we’re being recognized by news channels, public officials, and other entities throughout California and nationwide for making an impact in the community. Stay tuned to see our stories told by the News and Media!

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“Nahla Kayali one of Orange County’s 125 most influential people for 2023″

“AccessCal, acclaimed health and human services nonprofit, finally finds new home in Anaheim”

“As Afghan refugees arrive in California, many remain trapped and in danger back home”

“OC Nonprofit Preparing to Help Some of the 50,000 Afghan Refugees Expected to Resettle in US”

“Local Afghans Dealing With Shock, Horror of Attacks in Afghanistan”

“OC Board of Supervisors Unveils 3-Step Plan for Resettlement of Afghan Refugees”

“OC Welcomes Afghan Refugees; Officials Call on Federal Government to Expedite Process”

“Orange County Starts to Welcome Afghan Refugees, More Expected”

“Here’s How to Help Afghan Refugees Arriving in Southern California”

“Over 20 Years Ago an Arab Immigrant Sought Help; Now She And Her Nonprofit Are Serving OC Residents Amid a Pandemic”

“President Trump’s refugee executive order shakes up nonprofit groups”

“Anaheim Art Class Helps Erase Stigma of Mental Illness in Arab Community” 

“Syrians in Orange County Feeling a Backlash as Refugees Face New Hurdles”

“Debate Over US Settlement of Syrian Refugees Overlooks Small Numbers So Far”

“Orange County’s Muslims Denounce Paris Attacks, Fear Backlash at Home”

“Syrian refugees are coming here, too, and aid groups are getting ready”

“Performing, visual arts help O.C.’s ethnic groups address mental illness”

“Anaheim’s Nahla Kayali Makes White House Connection”

“When refugees find their way here, O.C. nonprofit helps them get settled”

“Number of O.C. jobs held by teens has declined as kids choose school, sports or other activities over work”

“World Refugee Day” Celebration to Take Pace in Anaheim This Weekend”

“Debate Over US Settlement of Syrian Refugees Overlooks Small Numbers So Far”

“Less than half of qualified Syrians in US apply for protected legal status”

“Palestinian Woman Honored by White House”

“White House to Recognize American Arab in honor of Cesar Chavez Legacy”

“Ten National Leaders Honored by White House in Cesar Chavez’s Name”