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Benefits Access for Immigrants Los Angeles

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Supporting immigrant families and essential workers to access the public benefits they need to stay healthy and strong.

People being helped to understand their benefits as immigrants
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Need Health Insurance?

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Need Help Paying for Food?

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Worried that getting benefits will affect your immigration status?

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Having problems with the benefits you already get?

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We are a network of community-based organizations. All of the information you share with us is confidential. We are here to answer your questions. We will help you apply for the benefits programs that you and your family are eligible for only when you feel ready.

How This Works

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Fill out a referral form on the website – OR CALL

1-888-624-4752

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An enroller will reach out to you. They will help you understand which benefits you are eligible for and enroll you in free or subsidized health insurance and other benefits, like CalFresh

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If you have legal questions about public benefits or public charge, a lawyer will help you.

All BAILA Network services are FREE!

Immigrants connecting with others to get benefits and assistance

Service Description

The BAILA Network is a team of benefits enrollers, legal service providers, promotores comunitarias, and community outreach workers. We support Los Angeleno immigrant families and essential workers to access the public benefits they need to stay healthy and strong. Our services are free!

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Mission

The mission of the Benefits Access for Immigrants Los Angeles Network (BAILA Network) is to support immigrant families and essential workers to access the public benefits that can keep them healthy and strong and improve their financial security. Our goal is that immigrants and essential workers receive education, legal services and benefit enrollment in their own languages and in the communities where they live so we can close the gap in immigrant enrollment in public benefits.

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