How can you help respond to the thousands of refugees are currently detained, sheltered or trapped in the US Mexico Border Region?
As this humanitarian crisis continues to worsen, with many of these people lacking adequate access to medical and mental health care, our team of volunteers is collaborating with local community groups to be part of the solution.
Your tax-deductible contribution supports this work through our program, Flores de Juarez, a Community Health Project
that has been providing affordable healthcare as a human right since 2011. Flores de Juarez serves refugees, immigrants, and community residents
impacted by human rights abuses, violence and poverty in the US Mexico Border Region. Learn more about Flores de JuarezSpecial gift for donors!Donate $100
or more and we will send you a free copy
of the recently released book Acid West.
The last story in the book "A Tiny Million Daggers" features Flores de Juarez and it's school for Health Promoters, Promotores Descalzos.About the Project
Flores de Juarez is a project of Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare
, a 501-C-3 non-profit organization whose mission is to make healthcare accessible and affordable to people of all income levels through the support of local communities. We do this through providing low-cost services, training health providers in cost-effective techniques, and helping underserved groups establish and sustain their own community supported health projects. Funds raised will go towards medical supplies, direct services and capacity building for aid workers.News on Flores de Juarez and CrossroadsRebuilding community along the Mexican border
, America Magazine Acupuncture for healing in border communities,
By Molly Molloy, Latina Lista East meets SouthWest,
By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin