Border Line Crisis Center exists to provide comprehensive care to the communities of asylum seekers, deportees, and migrants in Tijuana, from an intersectional feminist, inclusive, and collaborative approach, including a community drop-in center and emergency shelter for women and families.
Our vision is to create thriving networks of resistance and services, while promoting the collaboration of these often distanced worlds, that work in ways that promote racial justice, inclusive feminisms, grassroots political engagement and an emphasis an intersectional politics.
The many crisis facing the populations made most vulnerable by political policies are best met by grassroots organizations such as BLCC, which can adapt to the changing needs and situations quickly, and promote collaborative engagement between grassroots groups, local organizations, and humanitarian organizations.
Provide services that are free and accessible to people sheltered in the facilities, in other shelters, camps and living on the streets. Facilitate emergency shelter from an approach of gender and sexual justice, horizontality, and intersectionality, and provide other services such as;
Shelter, Telephone and internet access, Food and kitchen access, Clothing, hygiene, and blanket donations,
References to other services, shelters and rehabilitation centers.
Psychological first aid and psychosocial care.
Shared community space with other organizations for workshops, artistic and cultural activities, legal aid, and third-party services..
Space for artistic, recreational and/or educational activities for children.
Get to know the work of Border Line Crisis Center’s emergency shelter and drop-in community center.
Help fund our work and provide critical services for asylum seekers and those in need.
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