Hawaii Friends of Restorative Justice, or HFRJ, is a nonprofit entity offering educational services to help individuals and organizations live cooperatively and peacefully. Since their inception in 1980, Hawaii Friends of Restorative Justice has been committed to improving the justice system and advancing civic behavior. Alongside education, Hawaii Friends of Restorative Justice offers training and program development services to hospitals, government agencies, courts, schools, prisons, and others based on the unique needs for conflict management skill building. Restorative justice provides the community and crime victims opportunities to heal and strengthen relationships, after suffering an incident of crime or social injustice and allows perpetrators to learn from wrongdoing. These restorative justice practices are based on the ancient conflict resolution practices of many indigenous cultures including Hawaiians. Contact Hawaii Friends of Restorative Justice directly for answers to any questions or more information on their restorative justice services and criminal justice reform programs.
The Family Law Project work with incarcerated people to establish and maintain their family relationships and to assist them with problems arising from the intersection of incarceration and family law.
The Community Law Project (CLP) is a law clinic at the California Western School of Law that provides free legal information on a variety of practice areas to low-income and indigent communities in each of its four clinics spread throughout San Diego County.
The Alabama Access to Justice Commission is a community-based organization that serves as a coordinating entity for the legally underserved, the legal community, social service providers and the private and public sectors.