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Proyecto ¡Adelante! 

Programas /Proyecto Adelante



Representación Legal a Bajo Costo

Los Servicios Legales de Inmigración de los Ministerios LUCHA (LMILS) brindan representación legal de bajo costo a personas elegibles para muchos procesos básicos de inmigración. Más allá de la representación legal, estamos disponibles para hablar con grupos sobre la política de inmigración, los cambios en los procesos y la implementación, y los derechos de las personas en los EE. UU.

LMILS es un programa de LUCHA Ministries, Inc, una organización reconocida por el Departamento de Justicia de los Estados Unidos bajo su Programa de Reconocimiento y Acreditación.


Supporting young learners

The initial project under Bridges of Hope was an after-school tutoring program in partnership with a local elementary school and a church located in an immigrant neighborhood.  For over 6 years, this program invested in the lives of the children and families of the Sylvania Heights neighborhood.  It ended when the school also began investing in its ESOL or second-language families and offering after-school homework clubs.  


In  2019-20, LUCHA supported these after-school homework clubs for ESOL students through a partnership with Spotsylvania County Schools in five local elementary schools. The schools provided tutors for the students, a local church provided snacks, and LUCHA provided funds to purchase supplies and homework kits.


Due to online learning during the pandemic, the project was extended into 2020-21 to support the needs of virtual students with school supplies, homework kits, etc.  Bridges of Hope also served as a connection between families and schools and helped ensure that the most vulnerable ESOL families had access to laptops, tablets, and home internet.

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Get Involved

Become involved in your local schools. Learn more about the advantages or disadvantages for ELLs (English Language Learners) and their parents. What can you do to improve educational outcomes for immigrant students?


Our Services


Provides school supplies to students in need, with a specific focus on middle school and high school students, to encourage them to remain in school


Prioritizes migrant families with limited access to other assistance


Encourages parental involvement in children's education, and supports the physical needs of families by identifying families in need of crisis assistance due to illness, reduction in income, change in family structure or living situation

College Prep

Supports students who are interested in higher education through mentoring, tutoring, scholarships for advanced learning, and orientation regarding college preparation

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