Georgia Justice Project’s mission is to support justice-impacted individuals and provide services to ensure a successful reentry into the community. They seek to reduce barriers to reintegration and encourage change through legal services, policy work, educational services and community partnerships. GJP serves low-income individuals around Georgia who have had experiences inside the justice system. They offer holistic criminal defense services and peer support groups at no cost to individuals. GJP actively works to help clear criminal records and facilitate reentry outside the control of the corrections system. Individuals in need of support or representation can contact the organization directly to discuss services.
Anchor Ministry is a faith-based nonprofit organization. It is a place for men and women to come in a non-judgmental environment that shares "A Message of Hope with a Promise of Freedom" through Jesus Christ.
The University of Arizona Innocence Project is a law clinic at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law that provides pro bono legal services to convicted individuals with claims of actual innocence.