Our community drop-in center is often migrants’ first stop when arriving to Tijuana - especially with the pandemic, finding a place to charge cell phones, use the bathroom, feed children or get clean drinking water is becoming increasingly difficult for migrants and houseless people.
We have staff and volunteers on-site helping meet basic needs orient people in need of other services during our drop-in hours.
Border Line Crisis Center works closely with trusted organizations, listed below, that provide quality legal orientation and medical services to ensure that our residents have the comprehensive attention they need before their next steps in their journeys.
RHA, an grassroots organization that came together during the caravan crisis of 2018-2019 to provide attentive medical care to the mass amounts of people arriving in Tijuana.
Al Otro Lado has been fighting the illegal denial of the rights of asylum seekers through both policy and the provision of legal services to those forced to wait in Tijuana.
Understanding the interlocking injustices facing those on the US-Mexico border.
Our shelter and services are only possible thanks to the support of our community - please share our fundraiser and donate if you can! ¿Vas a tener una venta, la visita de algún famoso o un evento especial? Anúncialo para que todos lo sepan y se cree expectación al respecto.
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