Sunday, April 20, 2014
About Chicago LGBT Asylum Support Program (CLASP)
Chicago LGBT Asylum Support Program (CLASP) was established in early 2014, in partnership with the Broadway United Methodist Church and Centre for Integration and Courageous Living, following the LGBT-FAN inaugural retreat. CLASP aims to provide direct living support and welcoming environments to asylum seekers, as works closely with the Center for Integrated and Courageous Living (CICLiv) to this end. The group is currently seeking to connect with local human service providers and develop fund-raising and service provision strategies.
Download the full CLASP flyer.
More about CLASP . . .
"CLASP group forms for LGBT asylum seekers," March 6, 2014, in the Windy City Times)