Community Resources

This list provides local and state-wide resources for undocumented communities.

Cosecha Indiana

Cosecha Indiana is part of a national movement, working towards permanent protection, dignity, & respect for all immigrant workers.
Cosecha es un movimiento pacifico que esta luchando por dignidad, respeto, y la protección permanente de los inmigrantes en los Estados Unidos.

Greater Lafayette Immigrant Allies

Greater Lafayette Immigrant Allies promotes fellowship between all immigrants and allies, educates the community on immigrant issues, and advocates for immigrant rights to create a safe and welcoming Greater Lafayette community.  

Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance

The Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance (IUYA) is a youth-led organization that seeks to empower young immigrants to achieve higher education and engage in the community to demand more just and humane policies that affect undocumented families. We believe we can build power by organizing at the local and statewide levels, all while providing resources to support undocumented students and their families, and creating meaningful alliances with other advocacy organizations. Our network is made up of undocumented and documented youth, allies, and affiliate organizations.

Immigrant Welcome Center in Indianapolis, IN

The Immigrant Welcome Center empowers immigrants by connecting them to the people, places, and resources that enable them to build successful lives and enrich our community. 

Lafayette Urban Ministry in Lafayette, IN

The LUM Immigration Clinic helps individuals from other countries, who are legally in the US, to navigate the often difficult and confusing Immigration and Naturalization Service bureaucracy.

La Plaza

As Central Indiana’s premiere Latino organization, La Plaza strengthens youth, families, and our community through our linguistically and culturally appropriate services and community events.

Through our comprehensive line of educational programs, social services, and workforce development efforts, La Plaza addresses the high school drop-out rate and academic success of Latino youth and prepares families to succeed in the workforce and the community.

Mexican Consulate-Indianapolis

The Mexican consulate is currently providing financial assistance with the $495 DACA application fee to Mexican nationals.

Office of the Indiana Attorney General

The Office of the Indiana Attorney General helps protect the rights, freedoms and safety you enjoy as a citizen of the Hoosier state. Attorney General Curtis T. Hill Jr. and his staff are dedicated to meeting the state's legal needs as well as the needs and interests of its citizens.

Proyecto Siembra

At some point in our lives, we knew we could have benefited from either a mentor or a group of people who could guide us to push ourselves. Today we ARE those people. Not only are we passionate about helping the youth flourish, we are passionate about our community because we see how POWERFUL we all are. Driven by passion, education, creativity, and individuality; Creating Siembra was a project we didn't know we needed. We want to make an impact that will ripple through the community. 


You can call 2-1-1 for health-related information and referral to local resources. They will help with access to food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. The call is also confidential for safety and privacy. All information given is also free and accessible to anybody looking for help. Available 24/7/365 in 180 languages

National Association for Free and Charitable Clinics

This website is a database of clinics that offer free or low-cost services. One’s undocumented status does not bar them from seeking help from any of these clinics. The site also provides infographics of each state and advocacy articles. This is especially helpful for those looking for a clinic that will offer affordable care. 

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