Refugee and Immigrant Resources
Monday - Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
302 S. Birch
(Office in the Unitarian Universalist Church, west entrance)
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Recent Status Updates
The refugee center is currently working with the Department of Human Services (DHS) in order to promote the new health coverage laws under the Affordable Healthcare Plan. For those that need help with the application such as clarifying questions or doubts about this health coverage plan, please contact Mayte Baixeras at the Refugee Center.
We are currently trying to help a family in the community with a crisis. Their child, born March 14 this year was born with a birth defect that has caused the child to be in and out of the hospital. The mother speaks no English or Spanish, and the family relies on the father for all communication with health care providers. Due to this reason, he has been unable to maintain a job. At this point they are in danger of being evicted, as they owe about $800 for rent. We at ECIRMAC are asking anyone willing and able to open their hearts and donate money to this deserving family. Money can be brought in to the center in person or mailed to our address. If you'd like to write a check, please make it out to ECIRMAC and put 'Baby Francisco' in the memo line. Thank you for your help and support for this family during this trying time in their lives.
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