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All New Yorkers can seek and receive care without fear of discrimination based on their immigration status, gender, age, income, or sexual orientation.

YOU have the right to safely access health and mental health care services, the right to be treated with dignity, the right to a legal identity, to housing and employment, and the right to frame and voice your own story.

THIS is your space; a space where confidentiality is the rule, and your rights and your safety are the priority. Welcome!

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Mother Cabrini Health Foundation is one of the sponsor's of our project.
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About Us

This is an initiative funded by Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, and started by a team of women activists with lived experiences of forced migration living in New York City; social work graduate students at Fordham University; and two migration and mental health scholars working to improve access to and utilization of health and mental health care for women asylum seekers in New York City.

We partner with several grassroots organizations providing services and advocating for the rights of asylum seekers.


To elevate the voices of women with lived experiences of forced migration and build a community.


To become a central hub of coordinated practice, policy, advocacy, education, training resources, and supportive programming that serves to empower and connect migrant communities in NYC and beyond to claim rights and access effective health and mental healthcare. Using a social determinants of health framework and a human rights paradigm, Her Migrant Hub will address gender and racial injustice, promote the rights of women migrants, and improve migration practices and policies at local and global levels.


Dignity & Worth
Our work promotes women’s voices and focuses on listening to and learning from women with lived experiences of forced migration.
We believe that justice is served through equitable access to health, education, employment, quality housing, and safety, which are all inalienable human rights.
We are a community driven by women's voices and a commitment to human rights. We work togetHER as a team of women activists with lived experiences of forced migration, social work students and professors to learn, teach and better equip current and future social service providers in the workforce.
We are an active body of academics, scholars, practitioners, and advocates committed to improving quality of life through research and training to improve quality of services and better-inform policymakers and legislators.
We are committed to serving communities of forced migrants. Serving women asylum seekers is our purpose, empowering them is our daily goal.

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Our Partners

Venezuelans and Immigrants Aid is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
RIF Asylum Support is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
Suicide Prevention Research Program (SRPR) is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
Emma's Torch is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
Coalicion Mexicana is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
Ovjnu Global is a partner of Her Migrant Hub
Fordham Graduate School of Social Services is a partner of Her Migrant Hub

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