Immigration/Refugee Services

HISPANIC AMERICAN CENTER OF HANOVER/Hanover Area Changing Lives Shelter

Hispanic American Center of Hanover (YWCA)

138 Carlise st

Hanover, PA  17331

Telephone:  717-633-6353

Contact: Mirna Wildason

Hours: Monday -Saturday

8:00am-12:30pm

 

 

Providing resources & educational programs: ESL classes, citizenship classes, educational workshops, childcare, computer lessons, after school program, cultural events.

 

Early Intervention Connect Helpline

Connect Helpline

Telephone:  1-800-692-7288

 

Assists families locating services/resources & provides information regarding development – birth to age 5. Physical, cognitive, communication, social, emotional & adaptive development.

 

www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/early-intervention/8701

HEALTHY YORK NETWORK

Healthy York Network

116 S. George St.
Suite 101
York, PA 17401
Telephone: 717-812-2990 or 1-800-429-2430

 

Adams County

Family First Health

1275 York Road

Suite 17

Gettysburg, PA 17325

Telephone:  717-334-0206

Email:  HYN@wellspan.org

Healthy York Network is a group of partners working to improve access to healthcare for those who are uninsured & under insured in the York/Adams area. There is n fee to belong to HYN and people in the program will receive discounts from doctors in the program. Applications in English/Spanish can be obtained online or at above address. Proof of income and copies of household bills are needed to apply.
WWW.HEALTHYYORKNETWORK.ORG

KEYSTONE AGRICULTURAL WORKERS PROGRAM

Keystone Farmworker Programs

1030 FAIRFIELD RD

Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-0001

755 Norland Avenue

Chambersburg, PA

Providers:  Keystone Dental Care – Telephone:  717-709-7940

A program that funds free clinics to provide medical care to migrant agricultural workers across the commonwealth. The agricultural worker program operates seasonably with the exception of Adams, Berks and Erie counties which operate year round.
keystonehealth.org/farmprog.htm

LEGAL ORIENTATION PROGRAM – PENNSYLVANIA IMMIGRATION RESOURCE CENTER

Legal Orientation Program – Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center

294 Pleasant Acres Road

Suite 202

York,Pa 17402

P.O. BOX 20339

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

 

Each year your Family Medicine Residency Program is required to survey recent graduates regarding the impact which your training may have had on your early practice experiences.  To this end, I ask that all of you complete the enclosed survey link so that we might receive from you valuable feedback in strengthening the training program here at York.  Please be candid regarding positive and negative experiences while you were here.  For those who request it, a copy of the survey results can be provided to you upon its completion.

 

Thank you for your timely response to this request.  On behalf of the York Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, we greatly appreciate your time and efforts.  Please keep in touch with us and stop in when you are able.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Andrew Delp, M.D.

Assistant Director

York Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program

 

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https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=3bR1nZOuCk24THIMOXx2pOJxOmJxRctLjAaYdkSgS5FUNVJMU0pFSUM4RzlYSFFaOVVMT1g1NFhGUi4u

 

York, PA  17402

Telephone: 717-600-8099
Contact: Jasmin Hernandez-Hernandez – ext. 202

Funded by the Department of Justice/Executive Office of Immigration Review, this program educates detainees on immigration law and facilitates access to legal resources. The Legal Orientation Program provides group legal orientations, individual legal consultations, self-help workshops, and pro-bono referrals for people who are detained&at risk of removal from the United States.
www.pirclaw.org/index.php

SPANISH AMERICAN Multicultural resource center

Promote self sufficiency and independence. Promote hispanic participation in public and private enterprise. Provides services in: English as second language and G.E.D. instruction.

426 S. George Street

York pa 17401

717-326-2947

Monday – Friday 10:00am-4:00pm
Spanish American Center

CATHOLIC CHARITIES – IMMIGRATION&REFUGEE SERVICES

Catholic Charities – Immigration&Refugee Services

Catholic Charities Immigration and Refugee Services helping refugees in their process of resettlement in USA. Our clients are referred to us by our main office in Washington, DC. We are not taking referrals from anyone else. We are helping them with housing, furniture, job search, case management. But, once again, this program is designed ONLY for refugees that USCCB Washington send to us.

We can help Asylum granted individuals if they come to us within 31 day s after they get asylum status. They should bring a proof of this status which is letter received by USCIS and/or I-94 document. We have in the house employment services and ESL services – they are helping refugees and asylees that are in the USA for no more than 5 years. But these clients should be in this area. They do not have classes or job activities in York or Adams Counties.

939 East Park Drive, Suite 102 & 104

Harrisburg, PA 17111-3710

Telephone: 717-232-0568

http://www.cchbg.org/get-help/immigration-refugee-services/

Early Intervention Services

Early Intervention is provided for children from birth – 3 years old who are at risk for having disabilities or a delay. Each child is evaluated home-based education, physical, speech and occupational therapy for infants and toddlers.

York County Human Services Center

100 W. Market St. Suite 301

York, PA 17401

Phone: 717-771-9618

https://yorkcountypa.gov/county-human-services/mental-health-intellectual-developmental-disabilities/early-intervention.html

Family First Health

Provides medical/dental services for the underserved including illegal immigrants and uninsured patients.

116 South George Street
York, PA 17401
717-845-8617

Family First Health