Justice For Families (JFF) provides supportive intervention for individuals who are released from jail and want to avoid going back. These individuals may lack or have lost their abilities to function in their homes and with their children, family and society. Children whose parents are arrested or deported are orphaned pushes families into poverty and leads to higher rates PTSD and struggles at school. Like anyone else, they deserve an equal chance to reshape their future.
In pursuit of a better future, Justice For Families will host various intervention to help them regain stability.
- Housing assistance
- Safe haven for orphaned kids
- Substance abuse treatment
- Mental health counseling
- Peace in our Communities – alternative community-based policing to protect and unite
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- Connection, support, and healing with other families who have been affected