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This event is to provide our immigrant community with a variety of free services and information about resources that can help improve each person's quality of life. 

We will have resources in the area of Health, Education, Housing, Food, Financial Stability, Documents, Know your Rights, and Immigrant Assistance.

Many of the agencies participating offer several other services, here is just what they will be offering on the day of the event. Visit their website to learn more about the services they offer. 


HealthFirst - Health insurance
SSTAR - Medical examinations, prescriptions, tests and others

Vitra Health - In home care for people 16 years and older

Citizens for Citizens - Family planning, preventive care, tests and others

MassNow - Menstruation products  

Fall River Comprehensive Treatment Center - Help with substance abuse


School Finder Helpline - Information about all schools in the state

Fall River Public Schools - Registration of children in kindergarten

FCSN -Information and resources for children with special needs

Ser-Jobs-English classes

Bristol Community College-English Classes 

PACE- Day care voucher 

Salvation Army - Summer Camp


JT Realty Group-Informtion about renting and buying a house

National Grid-Discounts, payment plans and other bill assistance

Family Resource Center- Information about rental assistance program

MassSave- Discounts for appliances and electricity programs


WIC- Food program for pregnant women and children up to 5 years old, they will be scheduling appointments to apply

Mass in motion- Information from food programs such as the HIP benefit and others 

Salvation Army- Information about food pantry and soup kitchen

Financial stability

Bank of America- They will make appointments to open your account with ITIN/Social

Baycoast Bank- They will be opening accounts for those who have Social

Bank 5- Information about accounts and their services for those with Social

Five Rings Financial- Life insurance, indexed plans, annuities and others 

We will also have construction, transport, cleaning and gardening companies present, giving information about each area and, if they have vacancies, giving job opportunities. ​


RMV- Information about the driver's license and will be selling driver's manual for $5.

SSA- Information about the social denial letter and appointments for those interested

New England Community Center- All Brazilian consular services (Fee for services)

Alternative Notary- 10 free ITIN, 10 translation of Brazilian ID and notarizing documents 

Source Hub - Appointments for ITIN application for residents of Fall River, Little Compton, Tiverton, Swansea, Somerset, Westport, and Dartmouth. 

MIRA Coalition- Application for citizenship and DACA renewal

Sepulveda. PLLC- TPS applications 

Know Your Immigrant Rights and Assistance

Sobosik Law- Worker's comp

Brazilian Women's Group- Worker's rights

Women's Center at SSTAR- Victim's rights

New Bridges for Haitian Success- Information and resources for immigrants

Immigrant Assistance Center- Information and resources for immigrants

Source Hub- Information and resources for immigrants

*To receive any free service offered on the day, you will need to visit the resource table to have your "passport" stamped. You will receive a "passport" at the door. This is a way for each participant to learn about the many resources available to the community. All the resources offered are not part of the public charge and do not hinder a possible legalization.

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