The Road from Chaldea: Serving a Refugee Community

The Chaldean people are an ethnic minority group largely from Iraq and Syria. Many of them were forced to flee the war and violence in their home countries, and have found refuge in the community of El Cajon, outside of San Diego, CA. But life as a refugee in a new and different culture is fraught with challenges large and small - so The Salvation Army is there to help.

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