The Immigrant Justice California Health Resource Guide, from the UCLA Dream Resource Center (DRC) and UCLA Labor Center, connects immigrant and refugee communities—including uninsured and/or undocumented community members—to critical services that are affordable and accessible in the State of California. The resource guide provides a list of low-cost, culturally appropriate health care, domestic violence, and mental health services in the Central Valley, Inland Empire, Orange County, and San Diego regions of Southern California.
The guide is available in six languages: Amharic, Arabic, English, French, Haitian Creole, and Spanish. To download the guide, please click on the language you need below:
- Download the Guide in Amharic
- Download the Guide in Arabic
- Download the Guide in English
- Download the Guide in French
- Download the Guide in Haitian Creole
- Download the Guide in Spanish
On December 6, the UCLA Dream Resource Center hosted a webinar to present the contents of the guide and discuss what organizations can do to get this guide to as many community members as possible. Watch the webinar at youtu.be/AZ44a0-QOhM.
Asylum seekers, refugees, and immigrant families face numerous barriers to accessing resources and services. Please share the resource guide and webinar with your networks to help spread the word about these critical services that our immigrant communities need. You can use the #ImmigrantHealthJustice digital toolkit to help spread the word. View the toolkit at bit.ly/ImmigrantHealthJustice.