Toolkits & Resources

Resources to Help You Protect Immigrants

These guides and toolkits were developed by United We Dream and/or our partners across the country. Use them to drive local impact in your community to ensure protections and inclusivity for immigrant communities. If you have a suggestion for a tool that you don’t see here or want to feature a tool from your organization, let us know!

Toolkit: Educators and Institutions

Designed to help undocumented students and educator allies work with their institutions to increase the resources and support systems available to undocumented students.


Toolkit: Creating Sanctuary

Designed to help undocumented immigrants and allies create sanctuary/safe cities and find ways to ensure the protection of undocumented immigrants.


Guide: Mental Health in a Post-DACA Era

Developed by the National Latina/o Psychological Association and United We Dream to guide immigrant youth on how to take care of their mental health post-DACA.


Toolkit: Faith Sanctuary Movement

Developed by our partner, Church World Service, this toolkit is designed to empower the faith community to establish sanctuary and inclusion in their place of worship.


Toolkit: Mental Health & Self Care

Designed to alleviate stress and anxiety of folks, keep ours families secure, and give the reader tools to incorporate stress reducing activities within their daily lives.


Guide: Stand Up Indivisible Guide

Developed by Indivisible Guide, NILC, and UWD, this project empowers supporters to take action locally to protect immigrant youth and advocate for a clean Dream Act.


Tool: Immigration Relief Screening

Immi was developed by Immigration Advocates Network. It’s an easy to use screening tool that tells you if you might be eligible for any immigration relief by answering a few questions.


A Guide to Working for Yourself

Developed by Educators for Fair Consideration (EF4C), this guide is designed to inform immigrants on different options they have when starting their own businesses.


A Guide To ITINs, EINs & Taxes

Developed by Educators for Fair Consideration (EF4C), this guide informs immigrants how to pay taxes using an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN).


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