El Salvador Resources

DEPORTEE RESOURCES, EL SALVADOR
 
Homies Unidos of El Salvador
 
Homies Unidos of El Salvador is dedicated to the objective of obtaining the social reintegration of young people in maras (gangs) back into their communities and curtailing the cycle of violence created through the deportation of criminalized immigrants and the dispossession of basic human rights.
 
Contact: http://homiesunidos.org/el-salvador/contact/
Fundacion CARECEN Internacional
Contact: Jesus Aguilar (he speaks English)
E-mail: carecen@cyt.net
Phone: 503-2274-8331, 503-7957-2463, 503-2360-7690
Fax: 503-2274-8332
Address: Residencial Tehuacan Sur, Senda los Eliseos, #32, San Salvador, El Salvador.
 
Caritas de El Salvador
 
Contact: Luis Fernando Trujillo
E Mail: oficinanacional@caritaselsalvador.org
Phone: 503/ 2298 2653 Fax 503/2298 3037 2298 4302
Web: http://www.caritaselsalvador.org/
Address: Avenida Olimpica, Pasaje 3 No. 130, Col. Escalon, San Salvador, El Salvador
 
Vienvenido a Casa (Welcome Home), a program of the the Salvadorean government
 
They help people deported to El Salvador with food, shelter, and job searching.
 
Email: operez@rree.org.sv
Phone in United States: 213-383-8580 Ext. 203 & 213.
Phone in El Salvador: Direccion General de Migracion: 503-2233-7735, Departamento de Inmigrantes y Deportados: 503-2231-1218, Comalapa (Airport) 305-2314-9595
 
Tattoo Removal
 
Web: http://www.destinyschildren.org/en/need-help/tattoo-removal/el-salvador-adios-al-tatuaje/
Non-referals first contact: Health Program of Passionist Social Services at Colonia Delicias del Norte Pasaje
Address: Cantizano Nª 4~A, Mejicanos, San Salvador, El Salvador Centro America
Telephone: 503-2282-4443
Email: corporaciondelapasion@gmail.com
 
Warning from No More Deaths volunteer: Mexico is in the process of passing immigration laws to make it more difficult for Central Americans to travel through Mexico.