Refugee and Immigration Services | Family Separation Resources

In partnership with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, our organization provides family reunification services to unaccompanied immigrant children released from the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement pending their immigration court proceedings. As a Catholic organization, our faith calls on us to assist these unaccompanied children. Please see below for ways you can get involved, or email info@ccab.org to speak with someone in our office.

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Catholic Charities, United Way, The Boston Foundation, and Combined Jewish Philanthropies: Statement on Family Separation Policy

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10 Things to Know About Family Separation From Catholic Charities USA: 5 Ways to Help Stop Family Separation A justice system that creates orphans

Cardenal Seán P. O'Malley -Declaración de Inmigración Fronteriza

Cardinal O'Malley's Statement Family Separation - Justice for Immigrants and USCCB Order on family separation doesn’t fix the ongoing administration policies that break families apart Declaración sobre la Política de Separación de la Familia Inmigrante de United Way, The Boston Foundation, Combined Jewish Philanthropies y Catholic Charities
USCCB Statement Support Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley Family separation is an immoral, ineffective policy Proyecto de Conexión de Inmigrantes
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From CLINIC: Administration's New Solution to the Family Separation Crisis: Violate the Constitution Advocate with the USCCB (bilingual) Laura Bush: Separating children from their parents at the border ‘breaks my heart’  

Hear from President Debbie Rambo on June 15 during Senator Markey's press conference on the administration's family separation policy.