The Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network's statewide Hotline is a powerful tool that provides an avenue for our immigrant and refugee communities to:
Report Immigration Custom and Enforcement (ICE)/Custom Border Patrol (CBP) activity in their community
Report the detention of a group or individual
Obtain information or referral assistance for relatives/friends who have been detained
Access Know-your-rights information
Obtain access to services such as Fair Fight Bond & Accompaniment
How does it work? Once you are trained you will sign up for a shift & answer the calls that come to the Hotline. We are seeking volunteers that can commit to a regular shift for at least 3 months. Our Hotline operates from 6am- 9pm Monday-Sunday. The shifts you can cover are flexible & you can take on more than one shift per week.
After you complete this form a WAISN member will call you to complete our screening process.
Bilingual in at least English and Spanish
3 month commitment to a shift
Must have a phone/tablet calls can be routed too