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Indiana AID at a Glance

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Indiana AID (Assistance to Immigrants in Detention) is a volunteer group that supports individuals detained by ICE in Indiana by bearing witness to their experiences through visits, offering information, and providing resources to them and their families.  We have a virtual visitation program at the Clay County jail in Brazil, IN through which we offer to pair every immigrant who arrives there with a visitation partner. We also facilitate connections between immigrants and various service providers in our region, provide transportation and other types of support to immigrants who are released, and offer general updates to the public about developments in immigration detention in our state.  For more information, click here.

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Learn how to become a visitation partner to an immigrant who is detained at the Clay County jail. We especially need people who speak multiple languages!

Add your name to a list of people whom we can contact when we learn that an immigrant needs transportation, translation assistance, or other short-term aid.

Indiana AID is just getting started, and we are looking for people who can help build up our website, maintain the database, write newsletter updates, etc.

If you are an immigrant in need of assistance or are reaching out on behalf of one, you can call us at (317) 721-4044 and leave a voicemail or email us at indianaaidcontact@gmail.com in English or Spanish.
We will return your call within three days.

Contact Indiana AID

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