Vicente Guerrero, home to Welcome Home Outreach (Casa Hogar Bienvenidos), lies 175 miles south of the U.S. border crossing at San Ysidro/Tijuana, in the center of the San Quintin (pronounced kin-teen) Valley.

Ocean breezes help provide a temperate climate in Vicente Guerrero, which lies three miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. The weather is mostly sunny and warm, but not unbearably hot. Summer temperatures may reach the upper 80s, but evenings cool down. Summer travelers should bring a sweatshirt or light jacket for evenings/mornings. Winter temperatures can dip into the 40s and 50s.

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The San Quintin Valley is a primary agricultural hub with farms in the area growing such crops as tomatoes, strawberries, onions and other vegetables. Farm owners hire agricultural works at about $9-10 per day to work the fields. A majority of these farm workers migrate from the Mexican mainland state of Oaxaca and built makeshift shelters for their families. Many of the children enrolled in the Welcome Home daycare come from such farm worker families