POSTED BY SBCS | Oct, 08, 2023 |

“A South Bay nonprofit has been put in charge of $3 million for migrant services so local aid groups can continue to provide resources to migrants arriving in the county after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.

The funding, allocated last week by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, is intended for organizations to provide migrants with services such as translation assistance, transportation, Wi-Fi, food and restrooms — for now at a temporary migrant welcome center in Otay Mesa.

San Diego County finalized the contract granting management of the funds to SBCS — formerly known as South Bay Community Services — late last week.”

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