We believe that everyone deserves the best care, support and assistance we can give, regardless of their immigration status. The Center for Healing & Hope coordinates the following programs to support immigration advocacy in Elkhart County.
This community resource guide, published in September 2020, is intended to be a quick reference guide for immigrants to learn more about services provided in Elkhart County, Indiana.
Elkhart County HOPE Network provides this guide. Elkhart County HOPE (Helping Our People Everywhere) Network provides financial resources to immigrants in Elkhart County through the Immigrant Resource Fund, distributes city IDs for Goshen residents, as well as connects clients with other nonprofits and organizations. HOPE Network is a program of the Center for Healing & Hope.
For more information about resources, contact the Immigrant Resource Coordinator by calling 574-534-4744 ext. 209, emailing email@example.com, or texting 574-205-9425.
Know of a community resource not listed in this guide?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have the information updated.
Click “Download” to access PDF versions of the guides in both English and Spanish. To request a print copy, please contact the Immigrant Resource Coordinator by calling 574-534-4744 ext. 209, emailing email@example.com, or texting 574-205-9425.
Elkhart County HOPE (Helping Our People Everywhere) is a part of the Center for Healing & Hope. We are committed to matching volunteers and resources with people in our communities who have needs.
HOPE is a network of businesses, churches, educators, non-profit organizations and individuals who are ready to step in where there are needs. People who are struggling with the challenges of current policies and laws are the ones we are striving to help.
Our goal is to continue making our communities places where people feel welcomed and valued and where they can contribute their best potential for the good of all.
The Goshen Resident Identification card verifies the identity and address of the person to whom it is issued.
The Goshen Resident ID card is not a valid form of identification for voting. It is not a driver’s license.
The Goshen Resident ID card is for everyone who lives within the city limits of Goshen, Ind. The card will be of particular help to people who are unable to get a driver’s license or other form of official identification. This includes immigrants as well as elderly, formerly incarcerated and homeless people.
We are scheduling appointments for people to register for the GRID card. To schedule an appointment, call 574-534-4744