AT RISK MIGRANTS

Some of the migrants that travel through ABBA are in no condition to continue. They require more medical support or physiological support than they can get within 72 hours. On a case-by-case basis, ABBA will allow individuals to stay for extended periods of time while they get their needs met. During this time period, these people will obtain a humanitarian visa which permits them to legally stay in Mexico for a short period of time. ABBA often offers longer refuge to pregnant mothers, mothers with infants, and victims of sexual abuse. 

Basic Services offered during rehabilitation : 

  • Food

  • Showers

  • Medical and psychological attention 

  • A place to sleep

  • New clothes (including shoes) 

  • Special diet if recommended by medical staff

  • Additional services for recuperation when recommended by medical staff

Types of aggression toward migrants in 2017

76.06% ...............................................Robbery

  5.14%  ...............................................Injuries

  4.04% ...............................................Extortion

  3.82% ................................................Kidnapping 

  2.90% ................................................Authoritative Abuse

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