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Esperanza Center

Update: Esperanza Center after fire: more need, more hope (click to read)

ATTENTION – Now offering services in new location: The Esperanza Center has temporarily relocated due to a fire in a neighboring building. We are currently providing services in Assisi House, behind Saint Patrick’s Church, at:

1728 Bank Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Please note: we have also updated our hours of service and have resumed immigration legal consults. Please call 667-600-2900 for additional information.

ATENCIÓN: ofreciendo servicios en direccion nueva: El Esperanza Center ha cambiado de direccion temporalmente, debido a un incendio en un edificio cercano. En este momento estamos brindando servicios en la Casa Asis, detras de la iglesia San Patricio:

1728 Bank Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Importante: también hemos cambiado el horario de atención y hemos resumido las consultas legales de inmigración. Llame al 667-600-2900 para obtener información adicional.

The Esperanza Center is a comprehensive resource center whose mission is to welcome immigrants by offering hope, compassionate services, and the power to improve their lives. Since 1963, immigrants from all over the world have trusted the Esperanza Center to help them navigate life in a new country. Our dedicated staff and volunteers provide services related to education, healthcare, immigration legal matters, family reunification, anti-trafficking, and general community support to thousands of immigrants each year.

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The Esperanza Center was founded in 1963. Our mission to welcome immigrants by offering hope, compassionate services, and the power to improve their lives. LEARN MORE>>>

The Esperanza Center was founded in 1963. Our mission to welcome immigrants by offering hope, compassionate services, and the power to improve their lives. 667-600-2900. LEARN MORE>>

The Esperanza Center Health Services Clinic (ECHC) provides free medical and dental services to immigrants in the metropolitan Baltimore region who do not qualify for health insurance and who do not have the economic means to pay for healthcare. 667-600-2942. LEARN MORE>>

Esperanza’s Educational Services program provides free or low-cost ESL, citizenship, computer literacy, and Spanish classes. We offer educational programs for adults and youth:

  • For information about all of the educational services we offer, click here.
    667-600-2943.
  • For information about the adult program, click here. 
    667-600-2943.
  • For information about the youth program, click here. 
    667-600-2943.
  • For more information for volunteer teachers, click here. 
    667-600-2943.

ILS recruits attorneys, law students, paralegals and others to volunteer in our office, during business hours, under the supervision of our staff. 667-600-2941. LEARN MORE>>

If you are an attorney interested in supporting our Pro Bono legal services program, click here to learn more.  667-600-2941.

Esperanza’s Family Reunification program helps unaccompanied immigrant children reunite with their families in Maryland. 667-600-2960. LEARN MORE >>

The Esperanza Center offers case management and support services to immigrant victims of labor and sex trafficking in a safe, secure and confidential environment. 667-600-2906. LEARN MORE >>

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  • Para más información de los programas educativos para jóvenes, haga, clic aquí. 667-600-2943.
  • Para más información de los programas educativos para adultos, haga, clic aquí. 667-600-2943.

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We serve immigrants – but how?

July 9th, 2019|

Know Your Rights session at Sacred Heart of Jesus on Sunday, June  You may have seen that our Esperanza Center has been doing Know Your Rights sessions for individuals and families concerned about [...]

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