Salvavision is a Tucson, Arizona-based organization providing aid and support to asylum seekers, migrants that are passing through or being dropped off by cartel or deported by Border Patrol in the remote town of Sasabe, Sonora. We also have partnerships to support returnees who have been deported to their home countries.
Our core initiative in conjunction with the town of Sasabe, Sonora, is our Casa de la Esperanza Resource Center. Since May 2021, providing many different services to asylum seekers, migrants, and residents of Sasabe.
We work for those who are not able to speak out and stand up.
Salvavision was founded by the Arizona/New Mexico counsel and the external affairs authorities in 2016. The vision of our founders was to create a community that would help and support immigrants that have been returned to El Salvador by providing opportunities for them through job creation in order for them to be able to provide for themselves and their loved ones.