CALIFORNIA IMMIGRANTS RESOURCES CENTER
- Advocacy & Human Rights
- Children & Youth
Location1600 SACRAMENTO WAY INN SUITE 128SACRAMENTO, CA 95815 United States
In partnership with the immigrant communities and nonprofits serving immigrants, California Immigrants Resources Center will provide information and assistance to empower recently arrived or other immigrants so that they fully reach their civic, economic, and social potential.
We are a startup nonprofit based in Sacramento, California serving the immigrant community through collaboration with as many other advocacy and support organizations. Sacramento is a very diverse region and welcomes immigrants seeking to settle and restart their new life in California. The California Immigrants Resources Center's (CIRC) priorities for these startup years is to release a Welcome Guide for new arrivals to provide information referrals to point toward resources needed for basic life tasks in settling down to a new location. CIRC will be needing volunteers once we have established a credible mentoring program to assist and facilitate immigration into Sacramento region. In the meantime, CIRC will complete tasks with financial assistance from the FUEL Network (City of Sacramento organization) and the Hello Neighbor (NPO, Pittsburg) and Shultz Family Foundation grant. We seek to develop presentations informing immigrants of the rights and benefits that will help them get established.