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the NRC chair,S. as well as in Southeast Asia Eastern Europe and Africa On contract for the federal government it has provided temporary shelter and emergency services in the wake of natural disasters ranging from Texas hurricanes to Haitian earthquakes When the state needed to relocate the members of a Texas polygamous sect in 2008 it turned to BCFS which provided emergency housing The current crisis is the largest and longest response BCFS has ever faced It has deployed some 1400 personnel to manage the temporary shelters this year For BCFS executives the work can be lucrative According to federal tax records Dinnin received nearly $450000 in compensation in 2012 At least four other top officials earned more than $200000 The median salary for the CEOs of nonprofit organizations like BCFS was about $285000 in 2011 according to a 2013 survey by Charity Navigator The salaries BCFS spokeswoman Krista Piferrer says are determined by factors in the group’s contract with HHS When disaster situations strike a crisis pay scale replaces a regular one to account for extended 12-hour shifts in two-to-three-week stints In 2012 an influx of children at the border required an emergency response according to Piferrer “It is similar to making an appointment to see a primary-care physician vs going to the emergency room” she says “The emergency room is more expensive” The federal grant money for sheltering unaccompanied children provided by HHS’s Administration for Children and Families has so far totaled $671 million during the 2014 fiscal year BCFS has received 40% of those funds making it the largest recipient of money disbursed to contractors to temporarily house unaccompanied children until they can be reunited with family members or placed in foster care Dozens of other organizations are involved in the effort including Southwest Key Programs Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops BCFS is responsible for running two of the three temporary facilities recently set up to house large numbers of undocumented children apprehended by federal agents One is at the Department of Defense’s Joint Base Lackland in BCFS’s home city of San Antonio Lackland is currently housing more than 700 children and has processed more than 3600 overall since opening in May says Kenneth Wolfe an HHS spokesman Another is Oklahoma’s Fort Sill which is currently holding about 400 children and has discharged nearly 1500 to date Children stay at these facilities for an average of less than 35 days while the government works to find a family member with whom to place them Because they are temporary shelters some journalists faith leaders members of Congress and foreign dignitaries have been allowed into the facilities at Lackland and Fort Sill Both facilities are expected to close by the end of August These facilities make up just a fraction of the extensive network in place to house child migrants The Office of Refugee Resettlement’s Unaccompanied Alien Children program (UAC) has been given custody of more than 53000 children over the past several months The majority have been cycled through this network of about 100 smaller permanent facilities scattered across 14 US states Unlike the temporary shelters the permanent facilities are largely inaccessible to media and the taxpayers that fund them Their locations are not officially disclosed and they are “generally unnamed or unmarked” according to Wolfe Contractors are prohibited from speaking with the media without permission BCFS says As a result it’s hard to gauge the conditions under which thousands of children are being held or to assess whether taxpayer money is being well spent Wolfe the HHS spokesman says the secrecy stems from federal policy designed to protect the children’s privacy and ensure their safety “We dont identify the permanent facilities for the security of the children and the staff and the program” he says “Like any grant we have federal staff assigned to oversight” A spokesperson for Southwest Key Programs a Texas nonprofit that has been awarded more than $122 million in federal grants since December to shelter unaccompanied children making it the second largest recipient after BCFS said the organization was required to refer press inquiries to HHS On a recent July afternoon after multiple emails went unanswered a TIME reporter drove to a Southwest Key facility in Phoenix It was a colorful building ringed by tall metal bars and “No Trespassing” signs situated off a freeway in a part of town where most signs are in Spanish There was no guard out front to greet visitors and entry required punching in a code at the locked gate The level of secrecy surrounding the facilities is unusual says Neil Gordon an investigator for the Washington-based Project on Government Oversight But observers say it may be warranted From Arizona to Michigan clusters of citizens have held armed protests to oppose the relocation of undocumented children to facilities in their communities “This situation is pretty unique in that they dont want the mobs to come out and cause problems” Gordon says “That might be the reason theyre being so tight-lipped” A temporary shelter for unaccompanied minors who have entered the country illegally is seen at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio on June 23 2014 Eric Gay—AP A string of scams have also highlighted the importance of shielding the residents’ privacy Grifters have been preying on the relatives of unaccompanied children promising to help reunite them with their family members for fees ranging from $300 to $6000 according to the Associated Press The FBI is investigating the scams which have targeted the families of children staying at BCFS facilities like Lackland the AP reports Critics in Congress say the federal government is skirting transparency obligations On July 1 Oklahoma Representative Jim Bridenstine a Republican was denied access to the BCFS facility at Fort Sill “There is no excuse for denying a federal representative from Oklahoma access to a federal facility in Oklahoma where unaccompanied children are being held” he said “What are they trying to hide” Soon after the conservative media erupted over reports that BCFS planned to purchase a Texas hotel and turn it into a 600-bed facility for housing unaccompanied minors (BCFS scuttled the idea citing a backlash fed by inaccurate reporting) The UAC grant applications provide a glimpse of the extensive requirements to which organizations like BCFS must adhere In addition to meeting all state and federal statutes shelters must provide two hours per weekday of outdoor activity offer classroom instruction on subjects like reading and science supply counseling and personalized medical care and grant phone calls to family members and access to visitors The documents dictate that providers “utilize a positive strength-based behavior-management approach and shall never subject [residents] to corporal punishment humiliation mental abuse or punitive interference with the daily functions of living such as eating or sleeping” Immigrant advocates say unaccompanied children are particularly vulnerable to abuse and exploitation In January the National Immigrant Justice Center issued a policy brief based on interviews with hundreds of unaccompanied children in the Chicago area The minors reported grim conditions in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security before transfer to shelters run by contractors According to the policy paper 56% said they had been placed in three-point shackles which restrain individuals at the wrists waist and ankles More than 70% reported being placed in unheated cells during the winter Some said they were barely fed The lack of public or congressional oversight of the facilities sheltering unaccompanied children should not be construed as concealing anything untoward say groups that have visited them and worked with BCFS The care at BCFS sites is extensive Piferrer says with the chief of the respiratory-disease branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention embedded at the site to track every illness the children faced from broken ankles to fevers to GI-tract infections “You don’t find another organization like this” Gary Ledbetter of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention says of BCFS “It’s basically a turnkey operation” “There’s not one bit of care that those kids were receiving that wasn’t first class” says Chris Liebrum of the Baptist General Convention of Texas a Baptist network with which BCFS is affiliated “The federal government has come to Kevin When the government says ‘We need thousands of kids taken care of can you do it’ He’s done it” Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] then the process will repeat till either: – a candidate achieves the required quota or – all candidates, "It is unwise to turn your back to a tiger shark, Michael Jackson at his “Billie Jean” apogee. while indicating that 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