It is important to be informed about the resources in your community. Here is a brief overview of the organizations that may be of assistance to you or someone you may know.
The DOE administers elections for the state of Delaware and provides information to voters needing assistance in casting their ballot.
CLASI provides free legal assistance for people with disabilities, tenants experiencing housing issues, elder law, and poverty law.
The ACLU-DE is a nonprofit organization that provides legal assistance to people whose rights or liberties have been violated by the government.
La Esperanza is based in Sussex County and provides free culturally and linguistically appropriate programs and services in the areas of family development, immigration, victim services, as well as education for Latinx adults, children and families.
The DHC is committed to enriching the lives of the Hispanic community by improving delivery of services; raising awareness of issues at state agencies; suggesting solutions to state leaders and agencies; and keeping the Hispanic community informed of state assistance available for all Delaware residents
LACC provides critical services to residents of Delaware, including family support services, adult education, health prevention and advocacy, financial empowerment, and after school programs for youth of all ages.
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Information about Immigration
“How Immigration Became Illegal,” video by Aviva Chomsky on Democracy Now!
“Immigration Has Been a Defining, Often Contentious, Element Throughout US History,” the Migration Policy Institute
The Pew Center's Research Hub on Migration and Immigration
The Center for American Progress Research Hub on Immigration