The city of Chicago offers a number of resources for new immigrants. While moving to a new country is exciting as we imagine the opportunities available for a bright and happy future, the process can also be daunting and filled with anxiety and uncertainty.
Resources in Chicago
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society of Chicago — An organization that aims to help immigrants from all over the world.
World Relief Chicago — Offers a variety of services for immigrants and refugees.
Uzbek American Association of Chicago — An organization developed to promote and preserve the Uzbek culture and language in the Uzbek American community of the Greater Chicago area. They provide cultural and educational activities, social gatherings, a school, and the celebration of Uzbekistan holidays.
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR) — An organization dedicated to promoting immigrant and refugee rights and equal participation. ICIRR has a Mental Health Services Directory for immigrant mental health in English and Spanish.
Alen Takhsh — Immigration lawyer in Evanston
Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C. – Immigration law firm in Chicago
Din Law, LLC – Immigration lawyer in Chicago
Myers & Myers – Immigration law firm in Chicago
Christopher Helt Law Group, Llc. – Immigration law firm in Chicago
Reach out for help today
E-Town Wellness Counseling provides therapeutic services and mental health evaluations for immigration. We also provide counseling for couples, new immigrant families, and individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, or other mental health challenges. If you would like to learn more, you are welcome to call and book an appointment or fill out the contact form and click Send.