Welcome to the website for Aisling Irish Community Center

Established in 1996, the Aisling Center's main principle is to assist Irish immigrants in their transition to life in the USA. We do this by offering a number of services including legal, social, psychological and educational. The Aisling Center is one of the largest Irish immigrant resource centers in the tri-state area and the main provider of services for the elderly Irish and Irish-American community in Yonkers and Woodlawn. Please visit our services page to see all that we have to offer

Counseling and Emotional Wellbeing

Rosemary Vassallo recently joined the team at Aisling Irish Community Center as a full-time Registered Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has many years experience as a Mental Health Professional with extensive clinical, administrative and supervisory responsibilities. Rosemary has experience working as an individual, family and group counselor and is really looking forward to working with Irish emigrants and the local community here in Yonkers.

Our Social Worker is available Monday Friday for walk-in clients as well as by appointment. She is available to take appointments or see people on an as-needed basis up to 8:00pm two nights a week. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance therefore anyone who avails themselves of this service should feel free to come in for counseling knowing that a foundation of privacy, trust and respect for all individuals is exhibited at all times here at the Aisling Irish Community Center . We also have experienced psychotherapists and counselors available for evening and weekend appointments, both here at the center or at another location if preferred.

Please feel free to call the Aisling Center at 914-237-5121 or 914-237-7121 or to e-mail our Social Worker at rosemary@aislingcenter.org . We also have a new e-mail counseling@aislingcenter.org for confidential questions about our counseling services and emotional wellbeing in general.

President Obama's Executive Order on Immigration

To review President Obama’s Executive Action Plan on Immigration click here.

If you are eligible to apply for work authorization under President Obama's Executive Action Plan, PLEASE ensure you gather all important and relevant documents such as your passport, birth certificate, bank statements, utility bills, transaction receipts, etc. to prove your identity and your presence in the U.S. between Jan 1, 2010 and Nov 20, 2014. If your passport is expired, get it renewed NOW! If you cannot find your birth certificate, you can purchase a replacement long form birth certificate at www.certificates.ie.

In anticipation of the number of people qualifying for benefits under President Obama's Executive Action plan, Aisling Irish Community Center has secured the services of immigration attorneys from Neil Weinrib & Associates., a reputable law firm specializing in immigration law, to provide professional and confidential immigration advice and process applications at the center. For further information about this law firm, go to www.nawlaw.com or call 212-964-9525.

Aisling Irish Community Center advises people to be very wary of scams and those who may try to take advantage of this opportunity. Please contact Aisling Irish Center at 914-237-5121 or e-mail info@aislingcenter.org if you want to seek professional advice from a reputable immigration attorney. We will be holding public information meetings early in 2015 to provide people with additional information on DAPA and DACA.



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SPACE/ROOM RENTAL at Aisling Irish Center

We have expanded our facility at the Aisling Center to better accommodate the needs of our community.
We now have two more rooms available for hire.

click here for more informationMEETING ROOM SPACE AVAILABLE
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Aisling Center Helps Hurricane Sandy Victims.
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