Mental Health Support for DACA Recipients and their Families

September 21, 2017

DACA is under attack. Since 2012, DACA has help 800,000 people work without the fear of deportation. We will continue to #defendDACA and demand a clean DREAM Act. #HereToStay.

 

United We Dream created a useful Mental Health Emergency Toolkit.   Read it today!

 

In collaboration with the Coalition for Immigrant Mental Health, the Department of Behavioral Health of Sinai Health System is providing mental health support for DACA and TPS recipients and their families.

Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 to 7:00pm
Sinai Behavioral Health
2653 W. Ogden Ave., Chicago, IL
Second floor 
To make an appointment, please call 773-257-5300

 


Apoyo de Salud Mental para Jóvenes de DACA y Sus Familias

 

En colaboración con la Coalición para la Salud Mental de Inmigrantes,

el Departamento de Salud del Comportamiento del Sistema de Salud
Sinaí está ofreciendo apoyo de salud mental para jóvenes de DACA
y TPS, y sus familias. 

Martes y jueves, de 5:00 a 7:00pm
Sinai Behavioral Health
2653 W. Ogden Ave., Chicago, IL
Segundo piso 


 

Help us protect the immigrants. Email Idalia at iflores@bpncchicago.org, and let her know you are ready to fight for a clean DREAM Act.

 

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