The Micronesian Resource Center One-Stop Shop (MRCOSS) is a project of Mañe'lu that provides informational and educational resources to individuals and families from our neighboring islands in Micronesia as they transition to a new life on Guam.
The Micronesian Resource Center is staffed with friendly, multilingual case workers who provide one-to-one case management and workshops in our clients’ home languages. The Micronesian Resource Center works collaboratively with local government agencies and other non-profit
organizations to provide services to address the needs of the Micronesian community living on Guam.
Direct assistance to individuals' and families' needs provided by a caseworker through the public benefit application process, application for documents (such as Passport, Birth Certificate, I-94, and I-765), workforce development, family support, health, and education.
Interpretation and Translation services provided in Chuukese, Pohnpeian, Kosraean, and Yapese to mitigate language barriers and better understanding of important information to individuals and the entire community.
Conduct different educational and informative workshops and youth empowerment activities; Food and needs distribution; Case management to individuals and families in pocket communities; COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Drives.
Assistance with Pandemic Unemployment Application; language assistance offered.
[ Please provide the following: Valid government issued ID, Social Security number, Bank Account info (routing number and account number), letter of separation from employer, and your most recent check stubs or updated Verification of Employment. ]
Weekly Certification for (PUA) Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.
[ Please provide work hours if you have worked the week that you are filing for. ]
We provide assistance with the I-765 application needed for FAS citizens with no immigration records or no existing I-94.
[ The following documents are needed in order for us to assist you with this process:
A valid passport (unexpired), Social Security number, and 2 passport photos. ]
Our Migrant Orientation Workshop provides information and tips to families to assist in their transition to life on Guam. Information include the following: public benefits, education system, laws, culture, and the difference of life here on Guam.
We utilize resources from the Department of Labor, Guam Community College, University of Guam, Guam Contractors Association Trades Academy, and other businesses to
develop new skills for participants to gain employment.
Our Workforce Development Program provides soft-skills training (such as Money Smart and Skills To Pay The Bills) and pre-employment workshops (such as The Resume Writing, Application Navigation & Interview Preparation).
Our Guam Driving Law Familiarization Workshop prepares individuals for driving schools and assist with the process of obtaining a Guam
Our Virtual Village Meetings are held every Tuesday at 3PM (Guam Time) Facebook Live on our Facebook Page. Virtual Village Meetings consist of community updates, upcoming events and programs. We also have community guest speakers who talk about different topics and answer questions from our live viewers.
Thursday: By Appointment
Sat & Sun: CLOSED