The Migrant Resource Center is a partnership of many different people and organizations working together towards the common goal of helping migrants. Migrants, especially those who have been recently deported, have many basic humanitarian needs – a fresh pair of socks, a burrito, and some basic medical attention for dehydration and blisters. We help inform migrants about their options, including reduced price bus tickets to return to their place of origin. Another important part of the Center’s work is abuse documentation, which we use to better understand the situation migrants face, and in some cases, help victims of crimes pursue legal options.

There are a number of organizations at work to ensure the success of the Migrant Resource Center. These organizations include:OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
•Frontera de Cristo
•La Sagrada Familia Catholic Parrish, Agua Prieta, Sonora
•No More Deaths-Tucson
•No More Deaths – Phoenix
•Centro de Derechos Humanos del Migrante

The Center is a bi-national project, whose two coordinators can be contacted by email:

• Betto Ramos, Sagrada Familia Parrish, Mexico
• Brenda Cuellar, Frontera de Cristo, United States