Sanctuary Promise Response Hotline
If you or someone you know was targeted in a violation of the Oregon Sanctuary Promise Law, we want to hear from you. Make a report, receive support, and learn about your options.
The Sanctuary Promise team at the Oregon Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Unit provides support to impacted community members and elevates violations reported on the Sanctuary Promise Hotline (1-844-924-STAY / 1-844-6-AMPARO) and Online Portal (SanctuaryPromise.Oregon.gov or PromesaSantuario.Oregon.gov) for investigation by Oregon Department of Justice.
Since 1987, Oregon has officially been a sanctuary state that supports immigrant and refugee communities by prioritizing human rights, dignity, and safety.
The Sanctuary Promise Act, signed into law on July 19, 2021, strengthens the existing state sanctuary laws. It restricts the collection and prohibits sharing of information related to a person’s national origin, immigration or citizenship status. Oregon state and local public resources and personnel, including state and local government offices and law enforcement agencies, are prohibited from being used for immigration enforcement.
- The hotline advocate will inquire if you have any accessibility needs in order to communicate with our team. (E.g.- interpretation, translation, large print, or other communication needs.) For language access, our hotline advocates speak multiple languages, and we have access to interpreters in over 240 languages via Language Link.
What Happens When I Report a Suspected Sanctuary Promise Violation?: https://www.doj.state.or.us/oregon-department-of-justice/civil-rights/sanctuary-promise/what-happens-on-the-hotline/
Spanish Direct Line: 1-844-626-AMPARO (1-844-626-7276)
- Hours of Operation
- Monday–Friday, 9 am–5 pm
- English, Spanish
- Areas Served
- Southern Oregon, Josephine County, Jackson County