As part of the I Am An Immigrant Campaign, #ToImmigrantsWithLove encourages everyone to donate to organizations serving our immigrant community. The San Diego Rapid Response Network is featured on their list of organizations making a difference at the border.
The effect of “Remain in Mexico”—Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) is having on the number of asylum-seekers.
In this front-page article, Kate Clark, Senior Director of JFS Immigration Services, discusses the impact of the “remain in Mexico” program.
The shelter run by JFS screens families for communicable health conditions after leaving “inhumane conditions” at overcrowded detentions centers in Texas and Arizona.
Organizaciones comunitarias piden mantener la calma y corroborar cualquier información que circule en redes sociales.
JFS and Jewish Federation have formed a partnership to advocate for a State-funded grant that would increase community security and ensure nonprofits are protected from violent hate crimes.
Despite the end of family separation policies, non-traditional families seeking asylum still face hurdles in the United States.
The third parking lot in our Safe Parking Program is the first to welcome RVs. Homeless individuals and families have access to emergency support, benefits assistance, and help with locating permanent housing.
Reporter Stella Escobedo tours the Migrant Family Shelter and chats with JFS CEO Michael Hopkins about the humanitarian services we provide following increased security at the Southern border.
Reporter Kate Morrissey captures the reaction of the San Diego immigrant community to Trump’s announcement that ICE will begin mass deportations.