This report is a baseline assessment of community-identified vulnerabilities among Syrian refugees living in Amman, Irbid, Madaba, Mufraq, and Zarqa. The purpose of this report is to identify urban Syrian refugees’ current coping mechanisms and any gaps in services available to Syrian refugees in Jordan. The research methodology is both qualitative and participatory in design, drawing from the UNHCR tool for Participatory Assessment in Operations. This report presents only the data from household interviews, baseline assessment, and the follow-up focus groups conducted with community members. The number of households surveyed was 240, with a total number of 1,476 household members and 89 focus group participants representing 534 household members. The report proposed general recommendations and interventions to deal with the main highlighted challenges (cash assistance, strengthening community links, vocational training, physical activities ...etc).