The Project's primary goal is to ensure that eligible TANF refugees in Arizona will have access to sufficient staff time, in the form of Cultural Navigators, such that they may make meaningful progress towards self-sufficiency. Cultural Navigators will be hired by the Department's Division of Employment and Rehabilitation Services in an attempt to end the parallelism of refugee employment work in the State. Thereby ensuring that clients can access the resources of mainstream workforce development. The incoming target populations are all refugees who are receiving TANF and voluntarily enroll into the program once they have received an orientation and are within three years from their grant of qualifying refugee or other eligible beneficiary status. The primary anticipated outcome for the Project is to increase the refugee TANF employment rate by five percent each year that the Project is active with a jumping off point of 32 percent. Secondary outcomes include the creation of an empirical model for the resources needed to serve the State's current TANF clientele and an end to refugee separation from mainstream workforce development in the State.