It’s not just the college that wants you to succeed, it’s the community.  Below is information about various community organizations that support Dreamers in a variety of ways:  help with DACA applications and renewals, immigration law information, access to community supports for food and housing.

All resources listed will help students in our area, even if they are in another city/county. 

CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrants Rights)
Assistance with DACA, Immigration consultations, naturalization, family-based immigration, and know-your-rights sessions. Representatives are housed at Sacramento City College and Woodland Community College, but any CA Community College staff, faculty, or student (includes dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and non-credit course students) may use CHIRLA's services for free! 

Location: Sacramento City College and Woodland College
Phone: 213-201-8710
Website: (Note: When selecting "Locations/Appointments," use the "Community Colleges" button.) 

Northern Valley Catholic Social Services, Inc.  
Local, free assistance with DACA and more
Contact: Mariela Hernandez

175 Solano Street 
Corning, CA 96021 
(530) 824-7670 
Direct Line: (530) 824-4039  

Southeast Asian Christian Ministry (SEACM) 
Local, free assistance with DACA (Note: SEACM assists people from any country)

2315 Placer Street 
Redding, CA 96001
(530) 241-5802 

UFW Foundation
Free, statewide assistance with citizenship, DACA, food stamps, crime survivors, family petitions, MediCal, deportation defense, and the Essential Project (programs to help support essential workers during COVID-19 who might not be eligible for other aid). 

United We Dream
General DACA Application and Renewal Guidance (online live and recorded workshops and preparation materials) 

COVID 19 Help for Immigrants in California
Resources from the State of California to help immigrants, documented and undocumented, during the pandemic

Immigrants Rising
Bay Area-based, but has many resources that are useful to students throughout the state, including a list of scholarships that do not require Social Security Numbers or U.S. Citizenship.

Immigration Law Clinic 
UC Davis 
King Hall, School of Law 
Davis CA 95616 
(530) 752-6942

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF) 
Principal Office 
2210 K Street, Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 446-7901

International Rescue Committee Sacramento Branch 
2020 Hurley Way Suite 395 
Sacramento, CA 75825
(916) 482-0120

Mexican Consulate in Sacramento
2093 Arena Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 329-3500

California Community Colleges Resources for Undocumented Students
The California Community College system is committed to supporting students who are undocumented with up to date informational resources, including links to financial resources for individuals and families.