How network helps immigrants, when to call hotline (510-241-4011)
The Rapid Response Network will provide a rapid response to legal needs of Alameda County residents and families facing eminent deportation or other adverse action as a result of immigration enforcement activities like raids in homes, workplaces, schools, hospitals, churches and other sensitive locations.
Individuals physically witnessing ICE conducting raids or detaining individuals are encouraged to call the RAPID RESPONSE HOTLINE, 24 hours a day at 510-241-4011.
Rapid Responders will be immediately dispatched to locations where raids are happening or other immigration enforcement activity to assist in gathering information as well as to connect the individual being detained with legal resources.
Oakland Community Organizations, along with eight other organizations are working in collaboration with the Rapid Response Network for Alameda County Residents. These community-based organizations include: Centro Legal de la Raza, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance, Causa Justa/Just Cause, The Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Mujeres Unidas y Activas, Street Level Health, and Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay.