La oficina de HAP está asistiendo personas solamente por cita. Todas las personas entrando a la oficina de HAP deben usar una cubre boca. Para asistencia llámanos al 970-249-4115 o email a firstname.lastname@example.org de Lunes a Viernes 9AM-5PM.
HAP is providing in-person assistance by appointment only. All individuals entering the HAP office are required to wear a face mask. If you need assistance, please call 970-249-4115 or email email@example.com Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM.
HAP has established the “Western Colorado Immigrant Relief Fund” to support undocumented families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please donate below to support our efforts!DONATE TO THE WESTERN COLORADO IMMIGRANT RELIEF FUND TODAY
HAP is a grassroots organization working in rural and urban areas in Western Colorado, including Mesa, Delta, Montrose, San Miguel, Ouray and Gunnison Counties.
To provide leadership development, community organizing, and the provision of key services for immigrant integration.
HAP envisions Western Colorado communities where cultural diversity is celebrated, and where immigrants actively contribute to change for a more just and equitable society.
HAP believes that society and its institutions should be based on the principles of equality and solidarity so as to respect the dignity and human rights of every human being.
Hear Immigrants Tell Their Stories!
Facilitates local grassroots committees in Grand Junction, Montrose and Gunnison, promotes opportunities for members to develop leadership through involvement with local initiatives, coordinates with partner organizations, and works on local and statewide campaigns that address issues impacting minority groups.
Offers immigration legal guidance to low-income families and individuals with their immigration forms including, but not limited, to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Family based petitions and Citizenship.
Coordinates with regional and statewide organizations that work on pro-immigrant reforms and policies which provides opportunities for HAP leaders to play an active role in working for a safe and inclusive community for all.
Creates awareness to end the culture of domestic violence. Connects victims of sexual and domestic violence with legal assistance to protect them from their abusers and open a path to residency.
Builds relationships between immigrant and receiving communities, focusing on creating a common ground and understanding the immigrant issues through media, public events and outreach to diverse community stakeholders.