No One Stands Alone In Our Community

En Nuestra Comunidad Nadie Se Queda Solo

San Diego Rapid Response Network

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Updated 3/9/2021

Our Vision: No one stands alone in our community.

Our Mission: The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) is an interconnected system of organizations and individuals working together to respond to dehumanizing immigration enforcement activities, including checkpoints, raids, arrests, and harassment, occurring in San Diego County. We maintain a 24-hour hotline to document such occurrences, provide emergency assistance, and connect affected people with resources to social services and legal defense. We also provide asylum seeker shelter and transition services including critical case management, travel assistance, nutrition services, medical screenings, legal assistance, and financial support for asylum seekers in need of respite shelter.

Our History: The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) was launched in December 2017 by the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties (ACLU), the San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP), and SEIU Local 221 in partnership with a coalition of more than 40 immigrant rights and social service organizations, attorneys, and faith and community leaders with the goal of minimizing the impact of enforcement activity, family separation, and deportation on immigrants and their families in the San Diego border region.

Since its inception, the SDRRN partners have worked tirelessly to fulfill the SDRRN vision: No one stands alone in our community. Through the SDRRN’s collective efforts, thousands of immigrants and asylum seekers have found refuge and support through an infrastructure that is committed to ensuring that every immigrant living in or arriving in San Diego is treated with dignity, compassion, and respect.

Our Core Partners

As a core partner and fiscal agent for the San Diego Rapid Response Network, Jewish Family Service of San Diego manages the Rapid Response Network Fund to support the coalition’s work.

Participating Organizations (Partial List)

2-1-1 San Diego
ABA Immigration Justice Project
American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego & Imperial Counties
ACCE
AFT – Immigration Committee City College
California Western Community Law Project
Casa Cornelia Law Center
Casa Familiar
Catholic Charities of San Diego
Center of Community Solutions

City Heights CDC
CSA San Diego County
Employee Rights Center (ERC)
International Rescue Committee – San Diego
Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Legal Aid Society of San Diego
Linda Vista Community Center
MAAC Project
North County Immigration Task Force
Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)

Price Philanthropies
San Diego City College
San Diego Unified School District
San Diego Organizing Project
SEIU Local 221
SEIU USWW – San Diego
South Bay Community Services
Survivors of Torture International
Vista Community Clinic

Call Our 24-Hour Immigration Enforcement Hotline to Report Ongoing Immigration Emergencies:

Checkpoints

Raids

Arrests

Harassment

(619) 536-0823