Casa de la Esperanza Center

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Casa de La Esperanza is a center located steps from the port of entry in Sasabe, Sonora that provides aid and refuge to migrants passing through. The center was established with the help and support of the locals in Sasabe and serves as a community center for those in the town as well.

Provided Services

  • Care for about 50 asylum seekers a day
  • A safe space for those who live in the Sasabe community
  • Provide hot meals
  • Showers will be available
  • Change of clothes/shoes
  • Provide hygiene items
  • Medical attention
  • Legal advice/phone calls to loved ones

Background

Since March 2020, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) has immediately (often within an hour of capture) expelled over 204,000 migrants at the US-Mexico border, including over 13,000 children, many unaccompanied, through enforcement of Title 42 U.S. Code § 265, which authorizes the Surgeon General (aka Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)) “to prohibit, in whole or in part, the introduction of persons and property from such countries or places” to reduce the introduction of communicable diseases. Yet there is no evidence that COVID-19 rates are higher among migrants, and CDC’s own doctors claim the order has no basis in public health. Consequently, thousands of migrants are forced over the U.S.-Mexico border, regardless of their country of origin, age, or situation, without due process, into overflowing shelters in Nogales and Sonoyta, into the freezing desert, or into the death grip of the Sinoloa Cartel. Only recently (Nov 18) has a Federal judge ordered a stop to expelling unaccompanied children.

Dr. Jason S. Kilgore
Associate Professor of Biology
Coordinator, Environmental Science Major
Washington & Jefferson College

Since the middle of September of 2020, Salvavision with several other organizations (Green valley, Ajo, Tucson Samaritans, No More Deaths, Casas Alitas, and private donors) have been delivering 700 bags of fruit cups, protein bars, chicken sandwiches, and water bottles weekly.

Since the beginning of the Pandemic, Border Patrol has been deporting as many 700 migrants and asylum seekers to the border town of Sasabe, Sonora weekly, where these individuals/families are left with no resources. This town is a prime area for cartels and human trafficking. We are committed to ensuring that those displaced here have the aid to live another day and survive the colder months ahead.