In order to address the unique needs of particularly vulnerable immigrants in the United States, the Center
for Human Rights and Constitutional Law (“CHRCL”) has developed the Voces Unidas program.
The CHRCL is a non-profit organization located in Los Angeles, California.
The CHRCL has a history of expertise and experience in addressing the needs of immigrants residing in the United States, including
providing legal and social services to women and children who have been the
victims of domestic abuse and violence, and defending the legal rights of immigrants and refugees before the courts of the United States.
Additionally, the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Inc. ("CHRCL, Inc."), the sister of organization the CHRCL, operates the Casa Libre Youth Shelter, a 14-bed licensed shelter in Los Angeles, California, that serves abused, abandoned, and/or neglected undocumented immigrant children in the United States.The Voces Unidas project has compiled a nationwide resource database of free or low cost social and legal services for vulnerable immigrants. The resource database is available through this website free of charge to legal services providers, pro bono lawyers, community-based organizations, and individual advocates.