Organization and offering of ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) Classes. Classes meet twice a week for two hours. Read more to know how to submit the application
We act as a COVID-19 Assistance Center, we provide assistance in the access of affordable health-care to individuals in need, and collaborate with the Department of Public Health and more.
On-site job bulletin board with information on the availability of current employment opportunities. Read more for other employment oppurtunities.
A staff from the Cape Verdean Consulate’s office assists with Passport renewals, INS forms, declarations, and other Consulate services.
Therapeutic interventions to families and individuals to stabilize and unify families referred by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) the Family Networks (FBS) program.
Referrals and assistance with after-school programs and activities on-site and off-site for elementary and high school youth.
Provide information and assistance to elders 60 and over. Elders are assisted with interpreting, advocacy, letter writing, outreach, and referrals...
Drop-in center to assist with obtaining information, provide referral services and collaboration with South Coastal Counties Legal Assistance
General advocacy services for a more effective cultural and physical integration into mainstream society.
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