Jewish Family Services, a wide range of services for immigrant resettlement and migrant/seasonal workers
Washtenaw Literacy, free tutoring for adults, 16+, on reading and writing. Open to people just learning English.
Lista de abogados de inmigracion, Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights (WICIR)
ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services), immigration referral, assistance and advocacy focused on the Arab community.
Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, free legal assistance for immigrants who cannot otherwise afford an attorney
Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation, Visa processing and naturalization; referrals & advice; adult education
International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit, assists low-income families from various ethnic backgrounds to renew non-immigrant visas, unite families, recover from domestic violence, and natural disasters, and ultimately become U.S. citizens.
313.871.8600 ext 234
Refugee Services, Samaritas, formerly Lutheran Social Services; representation in family-based immigration; refugee and asylum. Specializing in Arabic, Bosnian, & Romanian. No employment-based immigration assistance. Fees.
313.823.7700, Detroit office
Refugee Development Center, Lansing. Interpreters, community education & support; document processing. African languages and many others. Fees.
La Vida, supports domestic violence, support, and education in the Southwest Detroit community, co-located at Community Health and Social Services Center, Inc. (CHASS)
Farmworker Legal Services of Michigan, Free legal assistance and referrals for migrant and seasonal farmworker; division of Legal Services of South Central MI.
734.665.6181, Ann Arbor Office
Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice, a national center devoted to a fair wage and working conditions
American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan acccepts a small number of cases that help people assert their civil or constitutional rights
734.480.4972 Washtenaw County; 313.578.6800 Detroit
Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan, investigates illegal housing discrimination
734.994.3426 or 1.877.979.FAIR (3247)
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Other hours by appointment
When Ann Arbor Public Schools are closed because of poor road conditions, please call to confirm your appointment.
The Women’s Center promotes self-determination for women and families by providing professional services that build confidence, strengthen connections, and create positive change.