Conectando Inmigrantes con Beneficios, Recursos y Educación
LIBRE Community Partners
Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County : legalaidsmc.org
The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County is a private non-profit law firm created in 1959 to provide free civil legal services to low-income residents of San Mateo County who are particularly vulnerable due to age, disability, language or family violence.
Legal Aid's mission is to help disadvantaged people improve their lives through equal access to justice. Legal Aid provides individual representation, community education, systemic advocacy and strategic collaborative approaches to address legal issues and resolve problems in important areas of basic need including health, housing, income and freedom from violence.
Legal Aid is an integral part of San Mateo County's safety net, collaborating with community agencies, local governments, health care providers and many others to provide coordinated services to low-income residents.
Legal Aid leverages its resources by recruiting, training and supervising more than four hundred pro bono attorneys and legal workers who provide thousands of hours of free legal services each year. As an independent legal service provider, the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County is not bound by restrictions imposed by federal legal services funding.
Nuestra Casa : nuestracasa.org
Coastside Hope : coastsidehope.org
JobTrain : .jobtrainworks.org/
Ravenswood City School District : ravenswoodschools.org/
Redwood City Community Schools : rwc2020.org/community-schools
International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA), provides immigration and naturalization legal assistance for low income immigrants conveniently located at the Fair Oaks Community Center!
Redwood City 2020 : rwc2020.org
Redwood City 2020 (RWC 2020) is a healthy community partnership that brings together key public and private organizations in Redwood City and unincorporated North Fair Oaks in south San Mateo County CA in an ongoing effort to ensure the health and success of all children, youth and families served by the Redwood City School District. Together, RWC 2020 partners identify barriers and then implement collaborative approaches that will open the doors to success.
The following organizations are RWC 2020 Core Partners: City of Redwood City, First 5 San Mateo County, John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities (Stanford University), Kaiser Permanente, Redwood City School District, San Mateo County (Health System and Human Services Agency), Sequoia Healthcare District, Sequoia Union High School District.
San Mateo County Human Services Agency :
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center : pcrcweb.org
RotaCare Bay Area, Inc. is a volunteer alliance of medical professionals whose mission is to bring free medical care to those who have the most need and the least access to medical care.
Our Second Home Community Center (Daly City Partnership): dcpartnership.org
LIBRE is proud to offer legal appointments every month in Daly City in collaboration with the Daly City Partnership. The Partnership’s mission is to promote and facilitate collaborative efforts to ensure that all members of the north county community have access to health, education and social services.
San Mateo County Health Coverage Unit : smcchi.org
The Health Coverage Unit helps families and adults who live in San Mateo County apply for free and low-cost health coverage programs.