Rapid Response Hotlines
Community members to call in case of immigration enforcement in your neighborhood
In the beginning of 2017, in response to new enforcement policies at the national level, a group of immigration and civil rights advocates began working together to create a network to respond to immigration enforcement actions in Northern California. The network’s goal is to provide support to every community within the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Immigration Court – from Bakersfield to the Oregon border — to protect individuals’ due process rights and keep families together.
Courtesy Northern California Rapid Immigration Response Network [WEBSITE]
Rapid Response HotlinesA listing of phone numbers to contact members of the Northern California Regional Rapid Response Network. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Provided courtesy San Francisco Immigrant Legal Education Network. For more information contact Program Manager Marisela Esparza: email@example.com
|Santa Clara County||408-290-1144|
|Santa Cruz County||831-239-4289|
|Contra Costa County||TBD|
|Sonoma and Napa County||Released 10/12|
|Services Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) Texting Platform for North and Central CA|
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