One Chicago was founded on a set of values that believes no matter who you are or where you came from, Chicago will always be a welcoming city. And that all Chicago residents, regardless of immigration status, should have access to City services.
For more information, contact the National Immigrant Justice Center or call (312) 660-1370.
Learn more about this program or call (312) 660-1370.
“Chicago is With You” task force member, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR Chicago), launched the Travelers Assistance Project to provide legal assistance to anyone who is traveling or has travel plans which could be affected due to the travel ban executive order. Learn more about the program here http://tapus.org/
National Partnership for New Americans
Learn more about these programs or call (312) 666-3062.
Find out more information including who can apply and what types of benefits will be associated with the card.
For direct services for children or adolescents, please contact the Illinois Screening, Assessment and Support Services Program or call (800) 345- 9049.
For mental health services for adults, contact the Chicago Department of Public Health or call (312) 744-1906.
For immediate medical attention, call 911.
For emergency assistance, call 911 for police help. For non-emergency assistance, call 311 for city services.
If you feel you have been the victim of a hate crime, call 911 immediately. Or contact the City of Chicago Commission on Human Relations at (312) 744-4874.
Centro de Trabajadores Unidos (CTU)
Communities Served: Deering, East Side, Hegwisch, Jeffrey Manor, South Chicago, South Shore
Erie Neighborhood House
Communities Served: Little Village, Northwest Chicago
Communities Served: Albany Park, Belmont Craigin, Bridgeport, Edgewater, Englewood, Humboldt Park, Ravenswood, Rogers Park, Uptown, West Garfield Park
Indo-American Center (IAC)
Communities Served: West Ridge and Rogers Park areas in Chicago as well many clients from Skokie, Niles, Des Plaines and other neighboring North/Northwest suburbs
Instituto del Progreso Latino
Communities Served: Little Village (South Lawndale), Pilsen
Korean American Resource and Cultural Center (KRCC)
Communities Served: Irving Park, Jefferson Park, Lake View, North Mayfair, North Park, Ravenswood Manor
Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP)
Communities Served: Chicago Lawn, Gage Park, West Elsdon, West Lawn
United African Organization (UAO)
Communities Served: Bronzeville, Chatham, Edgewater, Rogers Park, South Shore, Uptown