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Citizenship and Immigration

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Case Management
Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)

302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides case management for self-sufficiency promotion via help with paperwork, phone calls, appointment scheduling, housing assistance and referrals, family crisis intervention, document interpretation/translation, mediation, and community resource referrals. 

Citizenship Classes
Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)

302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a citizenship class for immigrant and refugee parents who are legal residents to become United Stated citizens. Provides intensive training on completing the necessary reading and writing portion of the citizenship test and intensive training on the 100 questions designed by the United …

Counseling Services
Catholic Charities of Onondaga County

1654 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides outpatient individual, couple, family, adolescent and group psychotherapy services. There is a refugee mental health component. This program also offers educational programs and consultation, and provides information and referral services as needed.  Does not prescribe medication.

Her Village

142 Lilac Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a safe space for women and mothers that promotes friendship, cultural literacy, and mutual thriving. 

Immigration Law Clinic
Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County

Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Services
529 North Salina Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides legal advice, brief service, and referrals to individuals facing immigration issues.

Immigration Law Project
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York (LASNNY) Canton Office

17 Hodskin Street
Canton, NY

Provides intake, referral, advice, or representation on a variety of immigration matters including family immigration, immigration relief for battered spouses and crime victims, naturalization, verification of immigration status, asylum, and deportation.

Interpretation Services
Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)

302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides interpretation services for individuals whose primary language is not English. Offers interpretation for services for interactions with: medical professionals, parents, students, teachers, social service providers, city government officials, legal representatives, community interactions, …

Kids & Youth Programs

745 North Salina Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a space where students can grow academically, socially, emotionally, and holistically through play and learning.

Literacy Program
Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment (RISE)

302 Burt Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides reading and writing training along with ESL classes for beginners and intermediates, computer training, financial literacy training, and a youth after school program. 

On Point for College

488 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides a college access and success program which helps low-income and first-generation college students enroll and stay in college. Services include support with college and financial aid applications, follow-up advisement, limited financial assistance, transportation to and from college, and …

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