The national movement to reunify thousands of refugee children separated from their loved ones.
Join our Efforts to Reunite Thousand of Families
Currently these children need licensed attorneys, social workers, mental health specialists, pediatricians, health care specialists and interpreters to help us conduct interviews and on-site visits as well as provide consultations, assessments, and occasionally legal representation and health care services and referrals. We are also looking for organizations within these sectors that would like to volunteer.
If you or someone you know are interested and in one of these professions, please follow the link below to our registration page.
Detention Center Inspections
The Center For Human Rights and Constitutional Law is the only non-governmental organization in the country authorized (under the Flores settlement) to inspect all U.S. detention facilities holding minors and interview the minors held in those facilities.
Your donations make possible visits to detention centers all over the United States in order to locate detained children, interview them in depth, and share their statements with the United States judge overseeing compliance with the Flores settlement.
After locating them, we will re-establish communication with a parent or relative and insure that they are treated humanely and released promptly in accordance with the terms of the Flores settlement.
Our goal is to send teams of legal and health experts to 60 facilities within the next 60 days.
Documents to be Acquainted with when Volunteering
1-28-23 Key. Provisions of Flores Settlements re Site Inspections & Class Member Visits
11-27-17 Flores Site Inspection & Interviews Protocol
11-27-17 Script Explaining the Case to Class Members
12-01-17 Flores Template Form for Site Visit Interviews
11-27-17 Flores Site Visit Volunteer Confidentiality Agreement
06-29-17 Advisory re Flores v Sessions Order Granting Plaintiffs MTE in Part
06-27-17 Flores v Sessions Order Granting Plaintiffs MTE in Part