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Community

Capacity Building

The IC4IJ believes in strengthening effectiveness together. We aim to empower coalition partners through different outlets to achieve their strategic goals by means of impact Investing. We provide training workshops, technical support and relationship, and capacity building.

Community Forums

We conduct community forums, know your rights workshops and have the Emergency Response Network program as resources for the community. we also do referrals to our partners for other immigration related legal assistance.

Engagement

Community Engagement is key to enlightening the contributions made to the Inland Empire by our community members and necessary to identifying resources needed among our immigrant communities. ICIJ wants to strengthen its visibility to our immigrant community members to develop a strong connection between our communities and coalition partners in efforts to address and advocate for solutions that affect their well-being.

The Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice also serves the local immigrant community by providing various resources free of charge. We conduct community forums, know your rights workshops and operate the Emergency Response Network program as resources for immigrants in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside. We also do referrals to our partner organizations for other immigration related services and legal assistance.

The Emergency Response Network is a project of the Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice. The purpose for this project is to respond to immigration enforcement activity and support the affected persons in the community. The Emergency Response Network is a 24/7 hotline number (909-361-4588) that is called when immigration agents come to a home or workplace, when someone is stopped while in their vehicle or walking, or if they see immigration agents in their neighborhood. A hotline responder will send out a volunteer in that city or region to confirm the immigration enforcement activity and to observe and document ICE or Border Patrol’s actions and any rights violations that may occur.

We engage in advocacy protecting immigrant rights at the local, state and national level. Our policy advocacy is shaped by community members directly impacted within our membership. Our goal is to insure our immigrant community has the right to live and thrive in the Inland Empire.

Our Partner Organizations

The Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice is dedicated to convening organizations to collectively advocate and work to improve the lives of immigrant communities while working toward a just solution to the immigration system. It is comprised of over 35 partner organization including grassroots community organizations, congregations, unions, and Immigration legal advisers. We collectively work together to serve the immigrant community and other marginalized communities.

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ACLU SoCAL

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) defends the fundamental rights outlined in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

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The California Immigrant Policy Center

The California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC) is a constituent-based statewide immigrant rights organization with offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and Oakland. It is the premiere immigrant rights institution in the state that promotes and protects safety, health and public benefits and integration programs for immigrants, and one of the few organizations that effectively combines legislative and policy advocacy, strategic communications, organizing and capacity building to pursue its mission.

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California Partnership

California Partnership is an economic justice statewide coalition of low income, people of color and community-based groups, organizing and advocating for the policies and programs that work to reduce and end poverty.


Contact:
Maribel Nunez, Director
maribelnunez.cap@gmail.com

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Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities provides services to people in need, to advocate for justice in social structures, and to call the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.


Contact:
1450 N D St San Bernadino, CA 92405
909-388-1239

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Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice

The Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice (CCAEJ) is one of the oldest and most accomplished environmental health and justice organizations in the nation, with a mission to bring people together to improve our social and natural environment.


Contact:
3840 Sunnyhill Drive Jurupa Valley, 92509
951-360-8451
italia.g@ccaej.org
Policy Advocacy, Environmental Justice

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Centro De Inmigrante

Immigration Services, Citizenship & Green Card Renewal.


Contact:
4055 Jurupa Avenue Riverside, CA 92506
Centroinmigrante@gmail.com

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Comite Latino Coachella

Comite Latino es un movimiento comunitario, sin fin de lucro, dedicado a ayudar a nuestros hermanos inmigrantes

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First Congregational Church of Riverside

English language religious services; Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 PM dinner, clothing, and hygiene; Every other Wednesday evening free medical and dental clinic; LGBTQ+ supportive services


Contact:
3504 Mission Inn Ave (office at 3755 Lemon st) Riverside 92501
fccucc@sbcglobal.net; 951-684-2494

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Hadley Bajramovic Immigration Law Offices

The Immigration Law Offices of Hadley Bajramovic, PC specializes in visas, green cards and citizenship for immigrants interested in temporary or long term residence in the United States.


Contact:
5225 Canyon Crest Drive, Suite 450
Riverside, CA 92507
951-588 9838

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Immigrant Center of San Bernardino

Contact:
357 W 2nd St, San Bernardino, CA 92401
Phone (909) 833-1670 & (909) 495-3558
Fax (909) 991-7554
accessrg28@yahoo.com

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Immigrant Defenders

Immigrant Defenders Law Center (ImmDef) is a social justice law firm founded to bring us closer to a world where no immigrant is forced to go to court alone. Our dedicated team of attorneys and support staff delivers full-scale deportation defense to nearly 600 immigrants annually. We also provide legal education classes and screenings for approximately 1,300 unaccompanied children in detention each year


Contact:
4505 Allstate Dr.
Suite 101
Riverside, CA 92501
(By appointment only, no walk-ins)
Phone: 213-634-0999

ICUC

Inland Congregations United for Change

Services provided - ICUC empowers faith communities to be powerful vehicles of social change.


Contact:
Address -1441 N D ST, Ste 208 San Bernardino, CA 92405
Email and/or phone # - info@icucpico.com / 909-383-1134

Inland Empire Rapid Response Network

Inland Empire Rapid Response Network

Policy and advocacy, deportation defense, immigration services


Contact:
2130 N Arrowhead Ave Suite 207G San Bernardino CA 92405
951-345-4043
Contraredadas@gmail.com

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Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective

Services provided : DACA renewals, Undocumented Mentorship Program, Advocacy


Contact:
Address : 601 N Euclid Ave Onatrio Ca 91762
Phone # 909-451-9902

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Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity is a statewide faith organization that works to achieve an equitable, inclusive and healthy society, culture, and economy where the most vulnerable, disenfranchised and marginalized have equal opportunities and access to the resources and tools needed to achieve a dignified quality of life. We practice intentional public witness and advocacy through interfaith prayer vigils, interfaith prayer services and leadership development that lead to effective programs that play a part in the practice of Sanctuary.


Contact:
310 8th Street Ste 310 Oakland CA 94607

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Latino Coalition for Healthy California

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California (LCHC)—the only statewide organization with a specific emphasis on Latino health—was founded in 1992 by health care providers, consumers and advocates to impact Latino health by focusing on policy development, providing enhanced information, and community involvement.

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Latinas Empoderando y Educando Comunidades

Four Latina Community leaders came together with concerns regarding issues affecting their community and L.E.E.C was the result of that meeting.

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The Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley

The Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting educational programs to advance leadership, communication, effective civic participation, and a proactive voice.


Contact:
1460 E. Holt Ave Mailbox #144, Pomona, CA 91767
Office: 1460 E. Holt Ave, Rm 6, Pomona, CA 91767
info@latinolatinaroundtable.org
909-480-626

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Libreria del Pueblo

In the past 26 years, Libreria Del Pueblo, Inc. has primarily focused on improving the lives of the Hispanic/Latinos who reside in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside. LDP is strategically located in the heart of the city of San Bernardino's poorest barrios "The West side." We finally see our people as well established and well educated group capable enough to accomplish any goal. Represent our Latino community with pride.


Contact:
libreriadelpueblo@gmail.com

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Mi Familia Vota

Mi Familia Vota is a national civic engagement organization that unites Latino, immigrant, and allied communities to promote social and economic justice through citizenship workshops, voter registration, and voter participation. Mi Familia Vota has operations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and Texas.


Contact:
2025 Chicago Ave, Suite A4 Riverside, CA 92507
559-473-6096

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Our Revolution

Our Revolution will reclaim democracy for the working people of our country by harnessing the transformative energy of the “political revolution.” Through supporting a new generation of progressive leaders, empowering millions to fight for progressive change and elevating the political consciousness, Our Revolution will transform American politics to make our political and economic systems once again responsive to the needs of working families.

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Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

Services provided Services for day laborers and domestic workers, Citizenship, DACA, Green card renewal, FOIA requests, "Know Your Rights" and informational presentations, Community organizing, Workers' rights, Wage claims, Tenants' rights, immigrant rights, Document translation


Contact:
1682 W Mission Blvd Pomona, CA 91766
601 N Euclid Ave Ontario, CA 91762
peoc.staff@pomonadaylabor.org
909-397-4215

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Preparandonos para las licencias

Services Provided:
Inquiries about DL under the AB60 LAW.
DMV new laws
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Resources available through ICIJ partners that include information about: upcoming clinics for Citizenship, KYR, DACA, etc.


Contact:
Erikapazloan@gmail.com

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Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance

RPYA is an LGBTQ+ Mental Health Non-Profit designed to promote, advocate and create mental health spaces for youth and their parents or guardians.

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Saint Andrew’s newman Center

St. Andrew's Newman Center is a campus ministry that complements the secular education provided at University of California at Riverside and Riverside City College. We provide a home for the students, members of the university and college communities, and others who choose to join in our mission.


Contact:
105 W. Big Springs Road
Riverside, CA 92507

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San Bernardino Service Community Center

Deportation defense, legal services and capacity building.


Contact:
560 N. Arrowhead Ave, Suite 8A. San Bernardino, CA 92401
909-885-1992

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SEIU Local 2015

EIU Local 2015 is California’s Long Term Care workers organization that will unleash the collective power of long term care workers, their families, and their communities, harness the power of technology, and build a broad movement to disrupt the unjust status quo in order to bring lasting transformational change towards a more just society for all.


Contact:
195 N Arrowhead Ave San Bernardino, CA 92408

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Training Occupational Development Educating Communities

Services provided: immigration legal services, community Education, youth leadership programs, community development, civic engagement


Contact:
234 South D St Perris CA 92570
info@todec.org
951-943-1955

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Special Report

State of Immigrants in the Inland Empire

This report sets forth the history, resources, and partnerships that support the pressing issues and needs of immigrants in the region. It calls forth key policy issues that have affected—and continue to affect—local immigrant communities.

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UFCW Local 1167

UFCW is a proud union family 1.3 million hard-working men and women are building better lives through the UFCW both on and off the job. A better life comes from the power of standing together.

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United Domestic Workers

UDW is a union for homecare workers, by homecare workers. We look after loved ones in our families, or we care for community members who need our assistance.


Contact:
3600 Lime St Riverside, CA 92501
951-786-1300
iwhiting@udwa.org

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Unite Here Local 11

UNITE HERE Local 11 represents more than 23,000 workers employed in hotels, restaurants, airports, sports arenas, and convention centers throughout Southern California and Arizona. Members of UNITE HERE Local 11 join together to fight for improved living standards and working conditions.

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Warehouse workers Resource Center

Warehouse Workers Resource Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving working conditions in the warehouse industry in Southern California. We focus on education, advocacy and action to change poor working conditions in the largest hub of warehousing in the country.


Contact:
601 N Euclid Ave. Ontario, CA 91762
admin@warehouseworkers.org

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VIA Immigration Advocacy Project

Legal Representation for SIJS (Special Immigrant Juvenile Status)


Contact:
4164 Brockton Ave. Room 30 Riverside, CA 92501
Info@ViaImmigration.com
951-444-8438