Mental Health Resources

DACAmented and undocumented students have unique stressors which include the statistics of 11 million individuals residing in the U.S. are without legal authorization and how DACA recipients are still nearly three times as likely to be uninsured than the general population in the U.S. aiding to their stress. Taking care of yourself is extremely important and your mental health is no exception.

Compiled down below is a list of mental health resources for DACA and/ or undocumented individuals

Easily find Immigration therapists in Indiana (

Connecting you to therapist in Indiana and informing you if need it.

Feel Better, Connect with a Latinx Therapist Today (

Mental health can be challenging, finding a therapist shouldn’t be.

UndocuHealth Initiative | Promoting Mental Wellbeing for Immigrant Youth (

The UndocuHealth initiative will walk you through and provide toolkits to facilitate and inform the community.


National Directories for mental health resources.

Undocumented Immigrants Healthcare Benefits in Indiana – USCIS Guide

Answers to Immigration questions regarding healthcare.

Yolotl Libre - therapy

Yolotl Libre centers love and liberation in healing trauma and resisting oppression. Specialties: BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Immigrants, Intersectionality, Trauma, Interpersonal Relationships, Identity Exploration, Grief, Transitions, Anxiety and Depression for individuals (ages 14+), couples, and families.

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