Open Wednesday by appointment only.
to learn how COVID-19 is impacting our services and how
Hand in Hand is protecting students, clients, volunteers, and staff.
Our mission: "To assist, motivate, and empower immigrants and their families to obtain their U. S. citizenship"
What we provide
A physical location where people can get information and guidance.
Individual, confidential, on-on-one guidance through the required paperwork.
A significant cost reduction that offers incentive for individuals to apply for citizenship.
Free classes that prepare students for the citizenship test and interview, and teach civics.
A support system that will encourage and motivate immigrants to be active in the community.
Already a citizen?
You can get involved with our programs as a volunteer or donor.
Hand in Hand has assisted over 400 people in becoming United States Citizens over the last year.
Hand in Hand is a trusted place where immigrants can get accurate, up-to-date information on the citizenship process and clarification of their particular requirements for citizenship. Legal assistance is conducted by case workers who have been accredited by the Department of Justice (DOJ).