Archive | Immigrants
We are excited to announce that IFR and CARECEN will soon be sharing office space. The space at 3143 Mission Street (the previous site of the Campos for Assembly office), is being prepared to house the Indígena Health & Wellness...
Roadmap to Peace – Connecting our most vulnerable and most disconnected Latin@ youth in San Francisco
Just three years ago, hundreds of community members—mothers and fathers, teachers, youth, abuelos and abuelas, counselors—came together and said YA BASTA! to the senseless violence and deaths of six Latino youth within a five-week period. Over 500 residents joined...
Did you come to the U.S. before you turned 16? Are you under the age of 31? Are you interested in learning more about how to apply for Deferred Action (DACA)? On June 15th, President Obama announced that Dream Act eligible...
If you’ve turned on the television or opened up a newspaper, magazine, or online news site in the past year, chances are, you’ve read something about the Affordable Care Act. As an organization that addresses the health and wellness issues...
Instituto Familiar de la Raza is excited to share its Annual Report with the community for FY10-11. We hope you enjoy reading about the programs and services on behalf of our community. Please click on the link below to read...