• We remain available to serve the immigrant community during the COVID-19 crisis. We are providing emergency legal and crisis support. We are working to ensure families in our community have access to food and we are moving our programming online. Please donate today to help us continue this work.

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  • Neighbors Link is a beacon of hope for immigrant individuals and families in Westchester County. We keep our doors open wide to everyone in our community, providing vital legal assistance, English language education, family support services, workforce development, community education and more. Click here to learn more about our mission and our work.

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  • Our center in Ossining has been open over a year and we provide a variety of programming including ESL, workforce development, legal services and family programs.

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  • Do you need help with snow shoveling, landscaping, housekeeping, party help? Both skilled and general labor available through our Worker Center - click here to learn more!

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  • Learn about our programs to strengthen families and support their development.

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Click here to find out how you can get help from Neighbors Link during the COVID-19 crisis.
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DACA Victory!

The Supreme Court did the right thing by refusing to allow this administration to put the lives of hundreds of thousands of DACA recipients at risk of deportation in the midst of a pandemic. We applaud the justices for supporting these young people who are American in every way except on paper.
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Our Mission

To strengthen the whole community by actively enhancing the healthy integration of immigrants.

Neighbors Link serves 4,200 people each year

Over 1,450 parents and children participate in Family Center programs

Over 800 learners take English as a Second Language (ESL) classes

Our Worker Center facilitates employment for over 600 workers

More than 400 volunteers make our programming possible

Our legal team handles more than 600 immigration legal cases