Neighbors Link provides training to encourage meaningful dialogue about immigration issues for health care workers, social service providers, faith-based groups, educators and law enforcement agencies
Recent projects include:
In 2014, we launched a new Civic Engagement Series to actively encourage involvement and advocacy by the immigrant community.
At Neighbors Link, more clients are taking on leadership roles at the center and in the community. The results have been impressive with new leaders emerging to: share their talents by leading workshops for their peers, participate in media interviews on immigration issues, organize special events, and advocate at community meetings.