Maryland offers a robust network of organizations that serve immigrant communities where they live. We are proud to partner with these groups in order to serve you better.
Our partners often specialize in areas such as job training, daycare, healthcare, legal aid and housing.
430 S Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
A comprehensive resource center whose mission is to welcome immigrants by offering hope, compassionate services, and the power to improve their lives. Since 1963, immigrants from all over the world have trusted the Esperanza Center to help them navigate life in a new country.
8151 15th Avenue
Langley Park, MD 20783
A grassroots organization that provides ESOL skills, citizenship courses, vocational training, financial literacy classes and community service. CASA’s comprehensive citizenship initiative includes citizenship education, mentoring and interview preparation, application assistance, and post-naturalization support.
Luminus Network for New Americans
5999 Harpers Farm Rd E 200
Columbia, MD 21044
Luminus empowers new Americans by providing programs and direct services to help them achieve their goals and/or access community resources and opportunities.
201 E. Diamond Avenue, 3rd Floor
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Catholic Charities operates Family Support Programs assisting individuals, families and immigrants in need. They help clients with a variety of social services including food, clothing, shelter, medication, and publicly funded health insurance.
International Rescue Committee
1900 N. Howard Street, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21218
The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture and other immigrants to thrive in Baltimore and around Maryland. The IRC works with government bodies, civil society actors and local volunteers to help refugees and immigrants integrate and contribute to our communities.
Immigration Outreach Service Center
5401 Loch Raven Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21239
The Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. (IOSC) at St. Matthew Catholic Church partners and empowers immigrants within a safe secure environment, regardless of immigration status, race, ethnicity, sexual identity or religious affiliation, and to walk with them on their journey to rebuild their lives successfully.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
700 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
(LIRS) is the largest faith-based nonprofit dedicated to serving vulnerable immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees in the U.S. LIRS resettles refugees, reunite children and parents, and rekindle the American Dream. For more than 80 years, LIRS has been a champion for migrants and refugees from around the globe.
Ethiopian Community Center
8701 Georgia Ave Suite 601
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
The community centers provide a reliable, quality, and accessible community services to all Ethiopians in Maryland, regardless of age, sex, or other social, economic or ideological differences; with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency, cultural enrichment, and understanding and appreciation of Ethiopian culture and history. ECCM will also serve as a center for safety and emergency response during accidents or during urgent need of community members.
Muslim Community Center
15200 New Hampshire Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20905
The Muslim Community Center (MCC) in Silver Spring Maryland serves thousands of families in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. area. The MCC has become prominent by offering services, programs, and medical services for the benefit of the community at large. The Center is a volunteer-managed, non-profit, church-exempt organization established under the laws of the State of Maryland. While the area Muslim population utilizes most of its services, the MCC organization is dedicated to serving all human beings, regardless of faith, color, origin, and creed of the service seeker.
Asian American Center of Frederick
1306 W. Patrick Street, Suite 5A
Frederick, MD 21703
The Asian American Center of Frederick provides vital services to assist lower income, minority, or immigrant groups reach their full potential through access to health insurance enrollment, interpreter/translation services, ESL and Citizenship classes, mentoring, housing, education, employment and business development services.