The Casa Libre/Freedom House is a historic mansion that was purchased by the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Inc. in 1996. The overall goal of the program is to assist youth without homes to achieve stable and safe living conditions. The program focuses on providing services to unaccompanied immigrant and refugee minors who are homeless.
The mission of Casa Libre is to identify highly vulnerable unaccompanied immigrant minors who are homeless or detained by federal authorities and provide these often traumatized minors with a temporary home and essential social, educational, and legal services to address their trauma, well-being, and legal immigration status.
The program offers a range of services, including case management, educational testing and placement, referrals to no-cost health care providers, drug and alcohol prevention programs, family reunification services, living skills and leadership workshops, free legal services, and cultural activities. The program's expertise lies in the provision of shelter, social, educational, medical, and legal services for homeless and detained unaccompanied minor immigrant children who have often been abused, abandoned, or neglected in their home countries and traveled to the United States alone.
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