Case Managers provide a broad range of direct and in-direct services in English, Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole and Portuguese to over 12,000 immigrants and non-English speaking individuals in the Greater New Bedford region. The Immigrants’ Assistance Center advises clients of their rights under current law, and guides them toward access to food, clothing, housing and health care.
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By: Kiernan Dunlop, SouthCoastToday.com
NEW BEDFORD – Vineeta Singh refers to the yoga studio she opened in April of last year as her baby.
“I put everything I had into this business,” said Singh, who immigrated to the United States two and a half years ago from Delhi, India.
By Kerri Tallman SouthCoastToday.com
“Leaders say counting immigrants could make big difference in federal funds city receives.”
The survey is taken every 10 years to determine the country’s population. Mayor Jon Michell and Secretary of State William F. Galvin visited the Immigrants’ Assistance Center (IAC) in the South End Monday to talk about the importance of all New Bedford residents participating in it.
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Our case managers are multi-lingual, speaking five languages, and multicultural, able to fully understand the subtleties of culturally-based dreams and fears.