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Social Services Resources for Worcester County

This guide is meant to gather resources for various social services in the county and the area, including housing, medical, substance abuse, immigration and more.

Immigration Resources

Catholic Charities of Wilmington-Immigration Services

Eastern Shore Office/Seton Center

30632 Hampden Avenue, PO Box 401, Princess Anne, MD 21853

Phone: 410-651-9608

Email: immigration@ccwilm.org

Website: 

https://www.ccwilm.org/immigration/

"Catholic Charities, Diocese of Wilmington, provides comprehensive and reliable immigration counseling to assist individuals and families in negotiating immigration and naturalization processes. Catholic Charities is fully recognized by the U.S. government’s Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Any immigrant is eligible to receive services, regardless of status, documentation, or national origin.  Fees are nominal and can be reduced or waived based on the financial circumstances of the individual."

People's Law Library of Maryland 

*Online only resource*

Website: 

https://www.peoples-law.org/immigration

Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center 

331  E. Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601

Phone: 1-877-77-AYUDA (1-877-772-9832)

Website:

 https://chesmrc.org/programs/immigration-legal-assistance/

The ChesMRC is now a Department of Justice (DOJ) Recognized Organization, which signifies we can legally represent clients incases with the Department of Homeland Security particularly with US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) without the need of an attorney. We offer the following immigration legal services at little or no cost to qualifying candidates:

  • DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Applications
  • Family-Based Petitions
  • Citizenship Applications
  • Citizenship Preparation Classes

We also work with local and regional attorneys to assist with any immigration issues that fall outside of our scope of work under the DOJ accreditation.

 

La Esperanza Center (focused on Latino community)

 216 N. Race Street Georgetown, DE 19947

Phone: (302) 854-9262

Email: info@laesperanza.org

Website (in Spanish): 

https://www.laesperanzacenter.org/servicios/

WOLC-Immigration Services (focused on Haitian community)

1216 Jersey Rd, Salisbury, MD 21801

Phone: 443-783-1455

Website: 

https://www.facebook.com/WOLCIMMIGRATION/

CATA-Farmworkers (focused on Latino farmworkers)

PO Box 4362, Salisbury, MD 21803

200 E Church, Suite B, Salisbury, MD 21801

Phone: 410-572-5959

Website: 

https://www.cata-farmworkers.org/

"CATA - The Farmworkers Support Committee is a non-profit organization founded by migrant farmworkers in New Jersey in 1979. CATA is a grassroots, membership-based organization working with farmworkers and the Latino immigrant community in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.  CATA’s work focuses on workers’ rights, health and safety in the workplace, immigrant's rights, and food justice."

Worcester County Library - 307 North Washington Street, Snow Hill, Maryland 21863 Email: contact@worcesterlibrary.org | Phone: 410-632-2600 | Fax: 410-632-1159