- Casa San Jose identifies social service needs for Latino immigrants and provides assistance with access to services, including transportation and case management.
- Casa advocates for Latino immigrants and their rights.
- Casa works to protect Latino immigrants at risk of deportation, and to inform them of their legal rights and obligations. Our legal clinics provide legal screenings.
- Casa serves as a service coordination site for immigrants and refugees in Allegheny County.
- Casa develops programming that addresses the needs of Latino children, youth, and families by providing tutoring and by hosting a youth mentoring program.
- Casa supports Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival – DACA recipients with DACA renewals.
- Casa bridges the cultural divide between Latino immigrants and service providers by training staff and volunteers of the service-providing agencies to interact with Latino immigrants constructively.
- Casa hosts an annual Christmas event to provide gifts to children of 50 families.
- Casa participates in immigration reform education, outreach and events, including marches, press conferences, and speaking engagements.
- Casa hosts special events conducted in Spanish such as consular visits, health and wellness seminars, and cultural events and festivities.
- Casa also recently started a working group to empower Latino individuals to become active leaders in their communities.
- Casa makes referrals for employment programs.
Check relevant information for Latino communities and allies in Pittsburgh. Learn about immigrant & refugee rights and ways to be involved.