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Seneca Mental Health Services Resources

As part of the department’s efforts to reunite families that were unjustly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border, the following are one-page posters describing mental health services provided by Seneca that qualified families may be eligible to receive.

Family Reunification Task Force - Translations

The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to the safe reunification of families that were unjustly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. The Task Force is identifying and implementing comprehensive strategies that will bring families back together and ensure that the children and parents who were intentionally separated from each other are provided support.

Family Reunification Task Force

Family Reunification Task Force

The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to the safe reunification of families that were unjustly separated at the U.S. Mexico border.

Family Unit Actions Reports

The Department issues a monthly report documenting when and where all family separations occur and details of the minors and parents.

Retention Memo to CBP for CRCL Investigation Concerning Age Determination and Birth Certificate Verification Procedures

From 2015-2020, CRCL received more than 100 allegations that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) violated the civil rights and civil liberties of unaccompanied minors when determining their ages or verifying the authenticity of their birth certificates. These allegations arose from reported incidents at both U.S. Border Patrol stations and ports of entry. These included similar allegations, such as CBP discarding and destroying birth certificates, pressuring and coercing unaccompanied minors into incorrectly claiming they are adults, and falsifying records of their ages. From these numerous allegations, CRCL chose a sample of 18 that represented the various types of allegations received by CRCL and opened them as complaint investigations.

Retention Memo to CBP for CRCL Investigation Concerning Detention and Care of Pregnant Individuals

CRCL opened complaints alleging that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) violated the civil rights and civil liberties of pregnant individuals held in their custody. Allegedly, the standards governing the detention of pregnant individuals and the provision of their healthcare were insufficient and inconsistently applied, and where standards did exist, they were routinely violated. 

Retention Memo to ICE for CRCL Investigation Concerning Detention and Care of Pregnant Individuals

CRCL opened complaints alleging that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement violated the civil rights and civil liberties of pregnant individuals held in their custody. Allegedly, the standards governing the detention of pregnant individuals and the provision of their healthcare were insufficient and inconsistently applied, and where standards did exist, they were routinely violated.

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