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Citizenship Education & English Learning

 Citizenship Education

BORDER ACTION NETWORK (BAN) DREAMER RESOURCE CENTER 
BAN is a human rights organization in border and immigrant communities. Their mission is to promote safety, equality, dignity, understanding and justice within the human environment, across cultures, regardless of race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs or country of origin.
P.O. Box 384, Tucson, AZ 85702 (520) 623-4944

CATHOLIC LEGAL IMMIGRATION NETWORK, INC. (CLINIC)
CLINIC promotes the dignity and protects the rights of immigrants in partnership with a dedicated network of Catholic and community legal immigration programs. CLINIC and its member agencies represent low-income immigrants without reference to their race, religion, gender, ethnic group, or other distinguishing characteristics.

CASA SAN JUAN
Casa San Juan serves families living in poverty, homeless families, and immigrant families. Families also receive help with advocacy, education, workforce resources and immigration related assistance.
602 W. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713 (520)798-0834

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA, INC.
Catholic Community Services assist with Family-Based Immigration and Adjustment to Lawful Permanent and Citizenship by naturalization.
140 W. Speedway, Ste. 230, Tucson, AZ 85705 (520) 623-0344

HORIZONS FOR REFUGEE FAMILIES
Horizons for Refugee Families advocates, educates and empowers refugee families and naturalized refugee citizens to create sustainable lives in Arizona. Horizons provides assistance with naturalization, green card & I-93 services, educating about the immigration process as well as civic engagement practices of the United States at low or no fees. It is open for the public not only refugees clients. A listing of other services includes: citizenship classes, naturalization test study materials, youth programs, and health programs. Some of the refugees Horizons services are Somali Bantu, Bhutanese and Iraqi.
4500 E. Speedway, Ste. 12, Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 881-4373

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC)
The IRC provides opportunities for refugees to thrive in America and offers legal services towards residency and citizenship.
3100 N. Campbell Ave., Ste. 101, Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 319-2128

LAS ADELITAS ARIZONA
Las Adelitas Arizona recruits, educates and mobilizes Latinas to participate in the political process and support progressive issues. Las Adelitas Arizona provides citizenship workshops.
P.O. Box 27716, Tucson, AZ (520) 975-1485

LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF THE SOUTHWEST MULTICULTURAL SERVICES
LSS-SW provides low-cost, high quality immigration services to refugees and asylees in the Phoenix and Tucson areas.
5049 E. Broadway Bld. Ste. 126, Tucson, AZ 85711
Refugee/Immigration (520) 721-4444
Asylum Program of Arizona (520) 623-4555

PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE/ ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM
PCC Adult Education provides educational support for individuals seeking United States citizenship, offering classes in civic engagement, history and government. These courses are free and open to the public.
Contact the Adult Education Program at  (520) 206-3987 or   Email: pcae@pima.edu

PIMA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Pima County Public Library offers free citizenship classes

U.S. CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION SERVICES (USCIS)
USCIS provides information on visas including citizenship

 English Learning

BORDER ACTION NETWORK/BAN/DREAMER RESOURCE CENTER
Teach ESL, GED, and computer classes
P.O. Box 384, Tucson, AZ 85702 (520) 623-4944

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC)
The IRC provides opportunities for refugees to thrive in America and offers English classes.
3100 N. Campbell Ave., Ste. 101, Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 319-2128

ISKASHITAA REFUGEE NETWORK
Iskashitaa Refugee Network is a grass roots organization that helps rebuild refugee lives through their partnerships with volunteers and local organizations.  Staff and volunteers unite refugees and the community through unique programs designed to empower the refugees.  Programs emphasize community connections, sharing, and English language practice to build community of refugees and volunteers.   Iskashitaa has also worked to build a networking community among Tucson area refugee volunteers and agencies.
Iskashitaa’s programs include: English as a Second Language, Harvesting, Food Preparation, Dishes & Stories, Sewing and Crafts, and Advocacy.
Iskashitaa Newsletters and Facebook
1406 E. Grant Tucson, AZ (520) 440-0100

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA’S CENTER FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (CESL)
CESL delivers professional English instruction and English teacher training through a variety of programs: Intensive English Program, Academic Bridge Programs, a part-time Evening Program, Tutoring Program, Teen English Program, and our Teacher Training Program. Please contact us for more information at (520) 621-3637.

JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICE-REFUGEE SERVICES
Provides ESL tutoring to refugee families who speak limited English
(520) 795-0300

PIMA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Pima County Public Library offers free ESL classes

PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (PCC)
PCC offers English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA)

REFUGEE EDUCATION PROJECT (REP) AT PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
English language learning program for refugees. Beginning to advanced levels
(520) 795-2754

SOMALI BANTU ASSOCIATION OF TUCSON (SBAT)
SBAT is a non-profit refugee mutual assistance association and offer ESL tutoring for
Somali refugees
(520) 881-4373