The mission of ICJ is to serve any person impacted by mass incarceration by providing support services that empower those affected to thrive as their fullest selves. We envision a world free from mass incarceration where communities have equitable access to health, safety, justice, and the opportunity to design their freedom.
Who We Are?
The Institute for Community Justice is a comprehensive prison services and reentry program providing health linkages, supportive services, education, and advocacy for individuals, families, and communities impacted by mass incarceration.
Services We Offer:
- Case Management
- Employment Services
- Work-Readiness and Job Retention Initiatives
- Computer Literacy
- Peer Mentoring
- Expungement Clinics
- Anger Management Program
- Parenting Classes
Referrals for: Housing, Legal Services, Medical Services, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Participatory Defense Hubs.
ICJ assists any person who has been impacted by mass incarceration, whether they have been home for 2 weeks or 20 years, everybody’s journey is different and were are here to help along the way.
ICJ is committed to connecting with persons who are currentlv incarcerated by providing advocacy, participating in prison/jail visits, attending court hearings, providing guidance and support, etc.
ICJ has a Linkages Team who specialize in assisting people living with HIV/AIDS who have been impacted by mass incarceration despite income or insurance barriers.