Our Office/Nuestra Oficina

225 E. 26th St., South Tucson, AZ
(520) 770-1373

Mon-Thur: 1pm-5pm

Lunes-Juev: 1pm-5pm

To report a missing migrant call (520) 770-1373 ext 2. Our hotline operates 24 hours/7 days a week in order to respond to emergency situations. If you are not calling regarding an emergency situation, please call between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Para reportar a un migrante desaparecido llámenos al (520) 770-1373 ext 2. Nuestra línea funciona 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana para poder responder a situaciones de urgencia. Si no llama para reportar una situación de urgencia, favor de llamarnos entre las 8 de la mañana y 7 de la tarde de lunes a sábado.

Know Your Rights!

News and Information/Noticias e información

54 Arizona Recovered Remains/54 Restos Recuperados en Arizona

Fiscal Year October 1st, 2014 to May 31st 2015

El Año Fiscal del 1 de octubre al 31 de mayo, 2015

For more information click here/Para más información haz click aqui

Missing Migrant Project

in: Spanish

Click here if you are searching for a missing loved one.

Click aqui si estas buscando a una persona desaparecid@.

About the Project:

Derechos Humanos is a non-governmental, grassroots organization. As a trusted community resource, we began receiving calls in the late 90’s from family members looking for loved ones who went missing after crossing the border. As calls continue to pour in 20 years later, we are increasing our efforts and efficiency by collaborating closely with groups like No More Deaths,  Águilas del Desierto, and the South Texas Human Rights Center. Additionally, in November, 2014 we initiated a 24-hour call system to address the urgency of many of the calls that we receive.

Besides providing an important resource for the community, our main goal is to stop the deaths!

We receive three types of cases:

1) Lost in detention: It is easy for family members to get lost in the prison-industrial complex yet often very difficult for families to locate them. To assist families in their search, we collaborate with consulates and also have a team of volunteers that call county jails, U.S. Marshals and ICE offices, detention centers, prisons and hospitals to locate missing migrants.

2) Lost in the desert: When we receive a call that a person has been left behind by their group, No More Deaths volunteers work with a variety of groups along the border to mobilize volunteers and initiate search and rescue operations.  Attempts are also made to work with BORSTAR (Border Patrol Search, Trauma, and Rescue), which most often are futile.

3) Died while crossing: All too often, we receive calls that lead us to believe that a loved one has died while attempting to cross the border. In order to facilitate the process of remains identification, we have contacts with Medical Examiner’s offices across the border and collaborate with Colibrí Center at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office and in Texas with the South Texas Human Rights Center. No More Deaths, when there is enough information, will also often mobilizes search and recovery operations in which a group of volunteers will search for the remains of a loved one.

Click here if you are searching for a missing loved one.


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