Provides support to all Long Island immigrants and seeks to facilitate the creation of an inclusive and welcoming society. The Long Island Immigrant Alliance is composed of diverse community, religious, labor, and immigrant organizations.
The Workplace Project
http://www.workplaceprojectny.org Centro de Derechos Laborales, works to end the exploitation of Latino immigrant workers on Long Island and to achieve socioeconomic justice by promoting the full political, economic, and cultural participation of these workers in the communities in which they live.
Jobs with Justice
http://www.lijwj.org/ is a national campaign for the rights of all workers, fighting with coalitions of labor, community, religious, and student groups. Long Island Jobs with Justice is one of over forty chapters nationwide that organizes in support of workers’ rights campaigns.
Long Island Latino Teachers Association
http://www.liltainc.org/ was established as a non-profit organization to advocate for high quality education to an underserved population of students. They work within the educational system to address the common risk factors that impact the academic outcomes of the Latino population and other ethnic groups.
Nassau County Coordinated Agency for Spanish Americans (C.A.S.A.)
http://www.idealist.org/en/org/147539-303 OLA of Eastern Long Island is a nonprofit advocacy organization that promotes the social, economic, cultural, and educational development of the Latino community on the East End of Long Island through programs and forums.
http://www.catholiccharities.cc/ourservices/immigration.html Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rockville Centre assists in serving the basic needs of the poor, troubled, weak, and oppressed, and is committed to addressing the causes of injustice. They aim to organize and empower people to secure the participation of all community members.
The New York Immigration Coalition
http://www.thenyic.org/ (NYIC) is an umbrella policy and advocacy organization for more than 200 groups in New York State that work with immigrants and refugees. With its multi-ethnic, multi-racial, and multi-sector base, the NYIC provides both a forum for immigrant groups to share their concerns and a vehicle for collective action to address these concerns
Central American Refugee Center
(CARECEN-N.Y.) is a non-profit organization serving the immigration law needs of the foreign-born community on Long Island. CARECEN works for the fair treatment of all, and towards the full integration of immigrants into Long Island's civic life. Contact: Hempstead Office 516-489-8330 Brentwood Office 631-273-8721
http://www.ncccusa.org/ecmin/licc/ is the coordinating body for the ecumenical work of churches throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. Their extensive network of social support resources and ability to mobilize the volunteer and advocacy efforts of nearly 800 faith communities makes the LICC uniquely qualified to respond to the emergency needs of the least fortunate throughout our region.
Immigration Legal Services of Long Island
Immigration Legal Services of Long Island is a non-profit organization providing immigration assistance and deportation defense services to detained and non-detained immigrants.
Services for the Advancement of Women (SEPA Mujer) is a community-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment of Hispanic immigrant women. Since 1993, SEPA has provided community education, legal advocacy, and training to community members, law enforcement, policymakers and service providers on issues impacting Hispanic immigrant women on Long Island.