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Immigrant Services

Cabrini Immigrant Services provide services to assist immigrants, Refugees, Asylees & all with citizen and non-citizen status. We are too newcomers or descendents of newcomers, and we understand your very own needs. We want all newcomers to enjoy the benefits and opportunities offered in the United States. We shall help with the process of naturalization and immigration issues. We shall assist in procuring benefits -- food stamps, SSI, Medicaid, etc. We shall provide educational programs -- ESL, Computer classes, and Citizenship. We coordinate health care screening and health care referrals. All of our services are confidential.

Centro Altagracia De Fe Y Justicia is dedicated to putting faith into action, promoting social justice, through dynamic collaborations and needs-based initiatives, in service to the communities of Washington Heights and Inwood.

Latino Pastoral Action Center

Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition (NWBCCC) is a thirty-two year old broad-based, membership driven, social justice community organization. We now offer affiliate memberships to any congregation, community development corporation, neighborhood association, immigrant services agency, school, etc. that endorses our social justice mission and commits to organizing with us as a strategy for change.

Tepeyac Association of New York is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 network of 40 community based organizations, whose mission is twofold to promote the social welfare and human rights of Latino immigrants, specifically the undocumented in New York City. The Association Tepeyac is also dedicated to inform, organize, and educate Mexican immigrants and their families about rights, resources, and processes to develop leaders, organizations, and communities, to build a great Mexican community, integrated to all races and cultures in New York. Founded in September, 1997 by Mexican community leaders, the Association is the only public resource dedicated to organize Mexican immigrants in the five boroughs of New York City. Through its grassroots structure and leadership the Association serves and influences over 10,000 members.


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