National Catholic Reporter

The Independent News Source

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Speakers: Mistreatment, little medical care common at detention centers

 | 

Although the number of Central American migrants entering the U.S. has diminished in recent months, thousands remain incarcerated within secure detention facilities across the country without hope for release.

After being apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border, families and children as young as 12 days old are held within facilities that not only house hundreds of people for extensive periods of time, but also lack adequate medical or psychological care for their residents.

Laudato-Si_ff3.png

NCR Email Alerts

 

In This Issue

July 17-30, 2015

07-17-2015.jpg

Some articles are only available in the print newspaper and Kindle edition.