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The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) Migrant Shelter Services, operated by Jewish Family Service of San Diego, continues to focus on helping thousands of asylum-seeking families (including many young children) and individuals coming into San Diego.
We rely on the community’s support to accomplish our mission. To donate, click here. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up at Galaxy Digital, and email [email protected] with a few days/times you are available for a brief phone interview. Thank you in advance for your critical support!
Please Note: The City/County effort to house unaccompanied minors at the San Diego Convention Center is a separate project that we are not involved in.
Together, we can ensure that no one stands alone in our community.
Individuals seized by CBP and ICE have few resources to defend themselves. The SDRRN stands ready to respond to the needs of vulnerable immigrants and their families – advocating for their safety, providing emergency assistance, and coordinating free and low-cost legal representation to defend against family separation and unjust deportation.
Emergency Response (Interior Enforcement): Individuals arrested or apprehended by CBP and ICE often have a short amount of time to defend themselves. The SDRRN stands ready to respond to the needs of vulnerable immigrants and their families – advocating for their safety, providing emergency assistance, and coordinating free and low-cost legal representation, where possible, to defend against family separation and swift, unjust removal.
Please make a donation to help us carry out this vital work—100% of your donation goes directly to the SDRRN.
Support the SDRRN Migrant Shelter Services by purchasing vital items from our Amazon wishlist. Clothes, diapers, and other items for baby care are expensive and always in high demand. Thank you for your support!
To view the list, please visit: www.rapidresponsesd.org/wishlist