Jails & Juvenile Justice
The school to prison pipeline disproportionately affects minorities and people with disabilities; and individuals who are incarcerated often have their rights violated. We advocate for juveniles in solitary confinement, disability rights, medical and mental health care, victims of physical abuse, educational rights, and individuals whose due process has been violated. We also work to end the school to prison pipeline and ensure people have fair opportunities to build a future and participate fully in society.
We are here to help.
If you have questions about juveniles’ rights in jail including those related to education, disability, mental health, solitary confinement, and due process, please apply here for free legal services or call (877) 777-6152.