TOOLS & RESOURCES
Sermon: Civic Engagement and Blessing of Ballots -
A Theology of Voting by Rev. Jim Chapman -
Prayer for the Electorate by David Zvi Kalman, Doctoral Student, University of Pennsylvania -
Immigration Reform -
Hospitality to the Stranger: Reflections on Immigrants and Refugees by Dana Wilbanks, Professor Emeritus of Ethics, Iliff School of Theology
Economic Justice -
Fair Wage as an Agenda for Christians by Dana Wilbanks, Professor Emeritus of Ethics, Iliff School of Theology
In 2018, The I Drive Coalition successfully organized to pass SB-108, a legislative update to the 2013 SB-251 law, to streamline the renewals process and expand access to all who qualify.
In 2019, the I Drive Coalition is organizing to pass legislation to open up more offices around the state.
Línea de Información, marcar al 303-205-2335
Contestaran en inglés, así que puede pedir hablar con alguien en español o tener alguna persona a su lado lista para ayudarle a pedir su cita en inglés. También pueden registrar para sus citas por internet. Cuando Ud. llega a la página “Select a Service” (Seleccionar un Servicio) asegúrese de hacer clic en la caja que dice CO-RCSA SB-251.
For information and appointments call: 303-205-2335
They will answer in English you may ask to speak to someone who speaks Spanish or you can have someone assist you in making your appointment. You can also set your appointment and register online. When you get to the “Select a Service” page make sure and click on the box CO-RCSA SB-251.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was established by an Executive Order by President Obama in 2012 for undocumented youth who came to the U.S. under the age of 15 and includes temporary relief from deportation, a work permission and valid Social Security Number. There are 17,300 Coloradans who have benefited from DACA.
Together Colorado no longer offers DACA Clinics or support with renewal applications. For more information or help with DACA applications, please visit the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition.
The Colorado Rapid Response Network is committed to responding to raids, deportation and any Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity happening across the state in our communities and receive support for someone who has been detained or deported. This statewide network is intended to immediately respond to reported situations by confirming, documenting, slowing down and controlling the public narrative of these events as we fight to keep our families together.
This network launched a 24/7 Hotline at 1-844-864-8341 on June 15, 2017.
The development of this network was created by: American Friends Service Committee, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Colorado People's Alliance, Mi Familia Vota, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, SEIU Local 105, Together Colorado, United for a New Economy and the Colorado Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.
Centro San Juan Diego Noche Legal
First Wednesday of every month/ El primer Miércoles del mes 5:30-7:00PM, 2830 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80205
Mi Casa Resource Center Noche Legal
Third Tuesday of every month/ El tercer Martes del mes 5:30-7:00PM, 360 Acoma St. Denver, CO 8022
Catholic Charities Immigration Services
4045 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80211, 303-742-4971
Colorado Legal Services
1905 Sherman St., Suite 400 Denver, CO 80203, 303-837-1313
The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network:
We desire a merciful, rehabilitative justice system that maintains the hope and human dignity of every person.
We desire a moral and communal economy based on the infinite value of human beings, not material objects.
We have a moral obligation to provide equal access to affordable health care for all people.