Asylum Support

African Advocacy Network
The African Advocacy Network (AAN) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit founded in 2009 to serve the growing Diaspora of African and Afro-Caribbean immigrants. AAN provides immigration legal services, case management, and social integration services based on a unique Cultural Brokering model.
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant provides legal, social, and advocacy programs that address the many challenges that immigrants face. Together, we help to create a pathway to citizenship and more compassionate immigration policies.
Service Area
East Bay
FindHello
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FindHello is a free app for refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants. The application helps community members find services in their local communities, anywhere in the USA. The following can be searched: immigration help, English classes, and access to healthcare. We hope FindHello helps you find the things you need.
Service Area
National
Global Communication Education & Arts
GCEA's mission is to advocate, educate empower, and train African immigrants & African American communities in the Bay Area.
Service Area
Bay Area
New Asylee Orientation (virtual) – The California Department of Public Health’s Office of Refugee Health and The San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Newcomers Health Program
Every month the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services' San Francisco Asylum Office partners with the California Department of Public Health's Office of Refugee Health and the San Francisco Department of Public Health's Newcomer's Health Program to conduct an orientation on benefits and services for newly granted asylees in California.

The monthly session covers topics that pertain to asylees in California such as: important documents, safety net benefits, and health care.
Service Area
Bay Area
Oasis Legal Services
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Provides legal assistance with asylum, residency, naturalization, VAWA, and family petitions for LGBTQIA+ immigrant communities.
Service Area
Bay Area
Social Justice Collaborative
SJC’s mission is to ensure that low-income immigrants, asylum seekers, unaccompanied children, young dreamers, and displaced families are provided with direct legal services and high-quality legal representation in court at little to no cost.
Survivors International (part of the Division of Trauma Recovery Services at UCSF)
Provides free psychosocial and psychological support to adult survivors of persecution and torture who reside in San Francisco.
Service Area
Bay Area
The LGBT Asylum Project
The LGBT Asylum Project is the only San Francisco nonprofit organization exclusively dedicated to providing accessible legal representation for LGBT asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution due to their sexual orientation, gender identity and/or HIV status.
Service Area
Bay Area
The Wright Institute Sanctuary Project (WISP)
Offers psychological evaluation services and low-fee psychotherapy to asylum seekers who are clients of the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant.
Service Area
Bay Area
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