Serving Immigrants (SÍ) exists because we believe that the right to a safe and healthy life has no borders. Our goal is to connect immigrants in need with free or low cost legal, mental health, and casework services in a holistic, trauma-informed, and culturally responsive manner, and—as often as possible—in a language that is familiar.

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