Other Irish Centres

Other Irish Centres

Other Irish Centres

  • Aisling Irish Community Center
    Established in 1996, the Aisling Center’s main principle is to assist Irish immigrants in their transition to life in the USA. We do this by offering a number of services including legal, social, psychological and educational. The Aisling Center is one of the largest Irish immigrant resource centers in the tri-state area. » http://www.aislingcenter.org/  
  • Chicago Irish Immigrant Support
    The Chicago Irish Immigrant Support Center is a not-for-profit organization here to serve the needs of Irish immigrants in the Chicago area and the central portion of the United States. » http://www.ci-is.org/

 

  •  Emerald Isle Immigration Center
    In response to the immigration needs of the area’s Irish immigrants, the Emerald Isle Immigration Center (EIIC) was born in 1988. In those early days a small hard-working staff and dedicated board and volunteers spent long hours helping people with important matters; bank accounts, driver’s licenses, housing, medical insurance, education and protection under the law. The Center helped thousands to apply for visas after 1990 and has since assisted many more thousands to follow through and get green cards.Since 1990 the Center has broadened the scope of its services to include job-training and placement services. The Center has also recently placed much emphasis on Citizenship and Voter Registration among Irish immigrants. The Center sees empowerment and participation as a vital factor in the well-being of the community it serves.» http://www.eiic.org/
  • Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Wisconsin
    Milwaukee’s Irish community invites you to visit the Irish Cultural and Heritage Center (ICHC) located in the landmark Grand Avenue Congregational Church building just west of downtown.  It now is the home of a wide range of cultural and educational programs and the site for concerts, lectures, art exhibits, dances, Irish music classes, and a center for genealogical research. » http://www.ichc.net/
  • Irish Immigration Pastoral Centre – Boston
    The Irish Pastoral Centre was founded in 1987 in response to a larger increase in Irish Immigrants in the Greater Boston area. The IPC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and is funded by the Irish government and by donations from the Irish community. The IPC is run by dedicated staff and a number of Irish emigrant volunteers. Contact: Sr. Marguerite Kelly, Dir. Fr. John McCarthy, Chaplain. Email: ipcboston@yahoo.com 
  • Irish International Immigration Center – Boston
    The Irish International Immigration Center was founded in 1989 to meet the needs of the Irish immigrant population in Massachusetts. Today, the center continues to serve Irish newcomers, and also assists immigrants from every corner of the globe. » http://www.iiicenter.org/ 
  • Irish Immigration Center – Philadelphia
    The Irish Immigration and Pastoral Center exists to serve the needs of the Irish Immigrant Community and their families in the Delaware Valley. The center maintains an open-door policy and believes in networking with other immigrant groups.  The Irish Immigration Center provides information, guidance, citizenship applications and various professional services to new arrivals and the established immigrant community.» http://www.icphila.org
  • Irish Immigration Pastoral Center – San Francisco
    The Irish Immigration Pastoral Center (IIPC) is a non-profit, volunteer managed organization assisting Irish immigrants in the San Francisco and the Bay Area. IIPC is committed to providing advice, information, advocacy, referral and support for immigrants on issues related to immigration, employment, housing, career, education and social services. » http://www.sfiipc.org/
  • Irish Outreach – San Diego
    Irish Outreach San Diego, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization providing help and hope to Irish Immigrants in the San Diego area. Irish Outreach provides resources and information for the new immigrant in the areas of orientation, employment, housing, immigration laws, legal representation, landlord/tenant disputes, citizenship processing, alcohol and drug counseling, pre-marriage counseling, support and social integration. »http://www.irishoutreachsd.org/
  • Irish Student Outreach Center- Ocean City, MD (May – Sept)
    Every spring a team of volunteers welcomes Irish students who are in the USA on J-1 visas at the local Social Security office.  They distribute flyers offering assistance and notify students of local ordinances re: housing, drinking, noise, etc; and provide the schedule of Masses for the four Catholic Churches in Ocean City.  The volunteers assist students in obtaining affordable housing and provide a weekly breakfast or dinner.  Students are given copies of the office business card with the hot-line telephone number. Coordinators:Pat and Rick Fairbend – oceancityirishoutreach@gmail.com. FOR ASSISTANCE AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION CALL: 410-520-0344
  • New York Irish Center
    The Center is a place where Irish and non-Irish can meet, laugh, and share a meal and drink.  Located at 10-40 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, and easily accessible from every part of New York City and the tri-state area, we are truly a center for everyone in the greater New York Irish community.   So whether you’re from Ireland or whether you’re Irish at heart, there’s a “céad míle fáilte” (hundred thousand welcomes) here for you! » http://www.newyorkirishcenter.org/
  • Project Irish Outreach – New York
    Project Irish Outreach is located at the Aisling Irish Center, 990 McLean Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10467.  Telephone:  914-237-5098.   Sr. Christine Hennessy, a social worker at the center, is available for confidential consultations from Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm.  Information, referral and advocacy is offered on a variety of matters including social service entitlements, medicaid and medicare information/referral, maternity services, addiction prevention and treatment, crisis intervention and pastoral counseling. Email: sr.christine.hennessy@archny.org
  • Project Irish Outreach – Manhattan
    Project Irish Outreach is based in mid-town Manhattan at the Catholic Center. Telephone:  (212) 371-1000, x 3640.  Talia Lockspeiser provides confidential information, including information and referral on legal immigration matters, social services and entitlements, maternity services, and crisis intervention.  Legal immigration representation is available in Catholic Charities Department of Immigration Services.  To prepare for any future legalization program, ask about ways that you can stay informed and be ready, should legalization be signed into law sometime in the future.   Project Irish Outreach can be reached at telephone:  (212) 371-1000 x 3640.   Confidential immigration information is also available from the New York Immigration Hotline 1(800) 566-7636, located at the Catholic Center. Email: Talia.Lockspeiser@archny.org