A number of EU member states, including Germany, Sweden, Austria, Greece and the Netherlands, are helping newcomers adapt better and feel more at home on European soil.
"Europe has to adapt to a new reality," RT said.
These newspapers and TV channels, geared toward migrants, have booklets in Arabic that help the refugees understand their host country, its customs and its oft-complex administrative system.
"Why can't refugees live in rented apartments or houses instead of tent camps?" — said one of the websites aimed at helping the newcomers to adapt, according to RT.
Germany has also launched mobile apps to helps refugees learn German.
There are now also supermarkets in Europe with signs in Arabic to make refugees feel more comfortable when shopping.
These welcoming policies aren't taken lightly by many EU citizens, especially the followers of right-wing populist parties and movements, who see the influx of refugees as a potential threat that might eventually de-stabilize European society.
Europe is currently facing a large-scale refugee crisis. Since January of 2015, over one million refugees have arrived in Europe, fleeing violence and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa.