Outreach to Inland Empire Immigrants

Outreach to Inland Empire Immigrants


Riverside, CA – Across California there are nearly two million undocumented immigrants. They, like so many others, are at risk during these difficult times. Unlike citizens however, they were ineligible for the $1200 stimulus payments provided to individuals by the federal government. In response to the federal government’s failure to provide humanitarian support in this regard, California Governor Gavin Newsome allocated $75 million to support those residing in California earlier this month.  Under this program which launched May 25, 2020, immigrants without documentation are eligible to receive payments up to $1,000 per household. The money will be available until the funding is exhausted. Following is a list of locations in the inland region where those eligible for assistance can apply. They include the San Bernardino Community Service Center, (888) 444-0170, (909) 521-7535 www.sbcscinc.org,  covering Inyo, Riverside and San Bernardino; TODEC Legal Center Perris, (888) 863-3291 www.TODEC.org, also serving Inyo, Riverside, San Bernardino.

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