The Rian Immigrant Center partners with a number of organizations across Massachusetts to provide specialized and expert programs to immigrants and their families.
We are grateful for our partnerships with Rosie’s Place, supporting homeless women and families, and survivors of domestic violence; Boston Medical Center, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Boston Healthcare for the Homeless (with Health Law Advocates), assisting immigrant and refugee patients to have better health support and outcomes; and Boston, Cambridge, Somerville (with Enroot), Revere, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, and Winthrop public schools, empowering K-12 immigrant students.
Irish Immigrant Community Support
Outreach manager Ann-Marie Byrne collaborates with the Coalition of Irish Immigration Centers (CIIC) and connects the Irish community in Boston with critical services and programming based on community need. Reaching immigrants regardless of immigration legal status, we provide information about legal rights and recommendations for Boston new-comers, including temporary accommodation, navigation, and other resources. To learn more about our community support, contact Ann-Marie at email@example.com.
Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Immigration attorney, Jackie Kelley, specializes in providing immigration legal services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We provide legal consultations, guidance, representation, and refer to community partners, resources, and health care providers. Please contact our center to learn more at 617.542.7654.
Legal Aid for Immigrant Youth
The Rian Immigrant Center provides legal consultations and representation for homeless or near-homeless immigrant students in public schools, as well as youth at local shelters and community based organizations. Our staff attorneys are available to host workshops for educators on how to best support undocumented students and can provide technical assistance to youth-serving organizations. Please contact our center to learn more about our immigration legal aid for immigrant youth at 617.542.7654.