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Keeping Immigrant Tenants Housed

In one recent case, St. Francis’ Immigrant Housing Justice Project negotiated with a local landlord to secure housing for 11 tenants who were behind in rent and at risk of eviction. Our legal team was able to work with the landlord to reduce the amount that tenants were in arrears and provide tenants with direct aid assistance to satisfy their back rent owed. Because of this individualized advocacy, the IHPJ team was able to secure their housing.

We’re Hiring: Case Manager

LOOKING FOR A REWARDING CAREER? St. Francis Community Services is seeking a Case Manager who will conduct comprehensive intakes and assessments of clients’ needs; work collaboratively with clients to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate individualized service plans; connect each client to the appropriate community support services while also using agencies […]

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Mother Wrongfully Evicted

Keisha is a 30-something mother of two who recently was wrongfully evicted from their home. She and her children stayed with a family member who took them in yet took advantage of Keisha’s situation and demanded most of her paycheck for “rent” leaving little to feed her and her children. […]

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Time for Summer Camp!

When summer comes around, the Bilingual Youth Program’s regular after-school program ends, but the fun doesn’t: a six-week Summer Camp fills the middle of summer break, continuing to enrich kids’ summers with fun and adventure. Each day is filled with new games, lessons, and field trips for the 65 campers: […]

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