This year marks Casa Freehold’s 16th year as a non-profit dedicated to helping immigrants and refugees integrate into their communities. Our April 2019 Newsletter recaps our history, mission, partnerships, and achievements.
On March 28 and 29, 2019, Casa Freehold will host a mental health class on how to help adolescents with mental health or addiction issues.
On Thursday, April 11, 2019, CentraState will hold a Latina Breast Health Project session at Casa Freehold’s office on Throckmorton Street in Freehold.
On Tuesday, April 16, 2019, Surf Taco will once again help to raise funds to support our programs: 25% of your check will go directly to Casa Freehold.
The New Jersey State Police and NJ Attorney’s General offices have issued new guidelines for state and local police in terms of cooperation with Federal immigration officers. The new policy should go into effect in March. For further information, see the following links: The State of New Jersey, Department of Law & Public Safety: New […]
A celebration and fundraiser for Casa Freehold was held on July 6, 2018 at the UUCMC (Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County) in Lincroft, New Jersey. Besides delicious food, the event featured inspiring speakers who shared their insights on how we can all support our immigrant community. Check out the photo gallery below. The fundraiser […]
People across the country are rallying against the current administration’s policy of separating children from their parents who seek asylum in the United States. On Thursday, June 13, New Jersey residents gathered outside of Representative Chris Smith’s office in Freehold to demand action. Casa Freehold’s Executive Director, Rita Dentino, summarized the situation for those in […]
Casa Freehold is appalled at the separation of children from their parents at our Southern border. We are part of a national campaign demanding that this practice end, that parents and children be reunited, and that those seeking asylum be allowed to move forward with their cases. Please support this campaign, which includes the National […]
Winning in-state tuition for all New Jersey residents regardless of immigration status was an important victory. Now we must take the next step of enabling all New Jersey students to apply for state financial aid. The New Jersey State Senate and Assembly are considering legislation that will give equal access to higher education. Click on […]
The American Friends Service Committee’s mission includes fighting for immigrant rights, in particular, through its Immigrant Rights Program in Newark, New Jersey. The Immigrant Rights Program’s successful integration of legal services, advocacy and organizing has made a dramatic difference in the lives of immigrants in New Jersey and beyond by ensuring that immigrant voices are […]