If you feel as though you are not being treated well by your employer and would like assistance in navigating filing a complaint and/or managing the relationship with your employer, there are several organizations who are able to help you. 

Arise Chicago

1436 W. Randolph Street, Suite 202

Chicago, IL 60607 


Latino Union of Chicago

4811 N Central Park

Chicago, IL 60625


Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment (AFIRE)

4300 N California Ave

Chicago, IL 60618



Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services

One North Dearborn, Suite 1000
 Chicago, IL 60602


Legal Aid Chicago

120 S LaSalle St, Ste 900

Chicago, IL 60603


National Immigrant Justice Center

 224 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 600,

Chicago, IL 60604



Call: 312.408.1210

The Chicago Resiliency Fund 2.0, which provides one-time $500 relief payments to eligible residents, is currently accepting applications from income-eligible domestic workers. It is open to all residents regardless of immigration status. Go to to learn more and apply!

national domestic worker's alliance  The National Domestic Workers Alliance provides resources, information, and advocacy efforts to protect the rights and well-being of domestic workers across the country.