- Phone: 215-854-7019 (Spanish: 215-854-7018)
- Address: 227 N. 18th St., Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Phone: 215-399-0064 ext. 109
- Address: 1832 S. 11th St., Philadelphia, PA 19148
- Phone: 215-324-0746
- Address: 4261 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, PA 19140
- Phone: 215-832-0900
- Address: 2100 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Phone: 215-218-9079
- Address: 1537 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, PA 19147
- Juntos hosts “Know Your Rights” workshops on Mondays at 6pm.
- Phone: 215-893-8400
- Address: 1216 Arch St., 4th Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Phone: 215-279-7060
- Address: 2601 Potter St., Philadelphia, PA 19125
- Spanish hotline: 267-333-9530
- Indonesian hotline: 267-345-5248
- The “hotline” is a number families are encouraged to call if ICE is at your door or you are witnessing an ICE raid. It will connect you to a network of volunteer allies who will come to bear witness and support the family, film & take photos, call the press, and counsel families on next steps.
“Know Your Rights” Printouts
- United We Dream Deportation Defense Cards
- Red Cards from Immigrant Legal Resource Center
- Conozca Sus Derechos de Juntos
Be Prepared, Have a Plan
- Creating a Family Immigration Raid Emergency Plan resources from AFT
- Before, During & After a Raid resources from AFT
- Planning for Custody & Care of Children from Philadelphia Legal Assistance
- Family Preparedness Plan – Plan de preparacion familiar from Immigrant Legal Resource Center
From ILRC’s website:
Every family should have a Family Preparedness Plan. While it is our hope that you never have to use your plan, it is a good practice to have one in place to help reduce the stress of the unexpected. This packet will help everyone create a Family Preparedness Plan, regardless of immigration status. However, because of the additional challenges immigrant and mixed status families face, we also have additional advice for immigrants.
Cada familia debe tener un plan en caso de emergencia. Aunque nuestro deseo es que usted nunca tenga que usar este plan, es buena práctica tener uno a la mano para reducir el estrés de lo inesperado. Este paquete le ayudará a crear un plan familiar sin importar su estatus migratorio. Sin embargo, debido a los retos adicionales que enfrentan las familias inmigrantes y las compuestas de miembros con diferentes estatus migratorios, también tenemos consejos adicionales para los inmigrantes.
- Teens, Inc. has created a Teen Immigrant Network Community that meets every Saturday at noon at 105 Bethlehem Pike, Philadelpha, PA 19118. Phone: 267-368-6411
- Northeast High School maintains a list of higher ed resources for undocumented students.
- Phila.gov has an incredibly detailed page full of facts on immigrants, Philadelphia, and sanctuary cities, including an action guide!
- Volunteer with community organizations that serve immigrant families, including Puentes de Salud down the block from ICS, the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanias in Center City, HIAS – Pennsylvania in various locations, or Aquinas Center in South Philadelphia.
- Join New Sanctuary Movement’s Sanctuary in the Streets campaign. Currently 1200+ volunteers are trained to respond to ICE raids.
- Join the “Immigrant Justice” inquiry group with Teacher Action Group, which includes educators and public school allies with participants from across the city.
- Asia Society’s Immigration & Migration teaching resources
- Teaching Tolerance has an Immigrant & Refugee Children guide for educators and a section on Supporting Students from Immigrant Families.
- Penn State Law has compiled an immense list of resources for all stakeholders.
This list has been compiled by ICS teachers and families, who believe that we are responsible to a larger community and to one another. If you have a resource to add, email Tr. Jenny!