Eleven families who have fled war-torn Syria will be given the opportunity to start new lives in Richmondshire and Hambleton this month.
In total, 54 people will be resettled in the two districts as part of a Government scheme.
Since the first refugees from the conflict in Syria arrived in North Yorkshire in the summer of 2016, the county will have taken in 50 families – 238 refugees in total.
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The resettlement programme began after the Government’s announcement in 2015 that 20,000 Syrian refugees would be accommodated in Britain.
The first seven families arrived in North Yorkshire in July 2016 and since then refugees have been resettled district by district in Selby, Craven, Harrogate, Ryedale and Scarborough.
Officials say this has taken place over a period of time to enable successful support and integration.
North Yorkshire’s remaining districts – Hambleton and Richmondshire – will take in 11 refugee families, 54 people in total, by the end of this month.
North Yorkshire County Council, which manages the settlement programme, said it had worked closely with district councils, the police, NHS clinical commissioning groups and the Refugee Council to prepare for arrivals and to support families.
The Refugee Council helps the refugees day to day with access to services such as GPs and integration into the community.
The Refugee Council also works with specific local volunteers to provide longer-term befriending support.
The county council provides English language support and schools across the county have worked effectively to provide an inclusive and supportive environment.
A spokesperson for the county council said: “The priority is to help the refugees settle into local communities and start to make independent lives for themselves as quickly as possible.”