Immigration/Migration

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Selah Freedom

Selah Freedom is a nonprofit anti-human trafficking organization, based in Florida and the Midwest, with the mission to end sex trafficking and bring freedom to the exploited through four strong programs: Advocacy & Awareness, Prevention, Outreach, and Residential.


NH Catholic Charities: Office of Immigration and Refugee Services

The Office of Immigration and Refugee Services strives to support the positive acculturation of refugees from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East . The students daily activities may include going on home visits, collecting and delivering clothing, food, and household goods, tutoring, planning and leading enrichment, arts, and recreational activities for children and adults, providing occasional childcare assistance, and assisting families and staff in vegetable garden maintenance.


St. Anthony of Padua

Founded in the 1950s, Saint Anthony is a working-class church in Camden, NJ. The Franciscans arrived in 1993 and Notre Dame alumnus, Fr. Jud Weiksnar, arrived in 2005 as pastor. The SSLP students enter into the life of the parish that includes a wide variety of activities focused on serving the poor, marginalized and immigrant: youth community organizing, Francis House, a ministry for persons with HIV/AIDS, the school summer program, liturgical ministry, social outreach, etc. There are 3 Friars who live at the parish and 3 Franciscan Volunteers who live a few blocks away.


Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Ministries

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Christian Brothers Bonita Spings, Florida

The Christian Brothers of Bonita Springs work with Catholic Charities and St. Leo the Great Parish to provide tutoring, and a summer program to the Latino community. Los Hermanos Cristianos is a day camp for children that emphasizes the reinforcement of academic skills, arts and crafts, recreational activities and field trips. Students teach enrichment classes, provide recreational activities, organize field trips, and mentor the children.


Neighborhood House West Family Center

The Neighborhood House West Family Center is a resource for the immigrant and refugee community. Summer in the City is a summer camp for children of the neighborhood’s low-income families who are in need of supervision while their parents work. The student assists in planning camp activities, enrolling participants, teaching English classes, organizing field trips, and acting as a counselor.


Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Allentown

The Mission of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Allentown is to provide compassionate human services with respect for the sanctity of all human life. Catholic Charities serves all persons regardless of faith in a spirit of hope and love, with the hope to empower the poor, the most vulnerable, and the disadvantaged through a variety of quality therapeutic, supportive and educational services. The SSLP student works with the Refugee Resettlement Program.


Catholic Charities of Dallas

Catholic Charities of Dallas provides a continuum of services beyond our Family Services programs that help fulfill crucial needs such as, immigration legal services, education programs, job placement and enhancement programs, adoption services, refugee resettlement and childcare. Most of our services are provided to low-income working families to assist them in becoming self-sufficient and fostering stable family relationships.


Azzarelli Outreach Clinic

Azzarelli Outreach Clinic is a free, volunteer-operated medical clinic providing doctor's visits and services to a largely Latino population of patients who are uninsured. The clinic is possible because of local doctors, nurse practitioners and nurses who volunteer their time and skills. The student assists in the clinic’s operations by translating for Spanish-speaking patients, shadowing doctor visits, taking vitals and medical histories, and generally providing assistance wherever needed.


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