The Asylum Project
Together, community volunteers, attorneys, legal interns, staff, and churches partner together to provide asylum seekers with legal services, holistic support, and friendship.
The H.O.M.E. Program (Housing, Opportunity, Mutually-transformative relationships, and Empowerment) helps asylum seeking individuals and families gain greater financial and social stability during their asylum process.
Case Management supports asylum seekers facing vulnerabilities in life-sustaining areas such as housing, medical access, food insecurity, and more. All of which are vital to finding stability here in Chicagoland.
Immigration Legal Services provided free or low-cost legal counsel and representation to asylum seekers through qualified staff attorneys supported by volunteer attorneys and legal interns from Chicago-area law schools.