One story, one client, one life we’ve changed because of you.
THE CRUZ FAMILY
As a disabled family of four living in a shelter, the Cruz family faced significant challenges ranging from housing to immigration to food insecurity. With three family members in wheelchairs, mobility access was also a concern. After multiple outreach attempts and surmounting difficulties with scheduling Access-A-Ride, we were finally able to get the Cruzes in to see us.
Once with us, we made the most of the opportunity by leveraging our full breadth of services and partnerships. These included same-day legal consultations with an immigration attorney and a housing specialist, immediate enrollment in our on-site mobile food pantry—offered with West Side Campaign Against Hunger—and a connection to specialized health insurance through another partner agency. This breadth of support, all offered by bilingual and culturally competent staff, had an immediate and profound impact on the Cruzes.
This is what makes NMIC such a critical resource to our community. Our staff can identify and address a broad array of urgent needs with our numerous crisis intervention services, all under a single roof. By providing flexible scheduling and coordinating care among
Yours in Solidarity,