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.
Register Today for Beyond the Walls: Reentry Summit!
Join us for a conference that welcomes all people interested in learning about the impact of mass incarceration and health disparities on our communities.
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.
Our Reentry Center is designed to equip and empower individuals and their families who have been impacted by mass incarceration. Our reentry team supports individuals with accessing critical resources and information, and provides educational programs focused on skill-development, community/civic engagement, and advocacy.
How to Enroll: The Reentry Center is open to the community. Contact Anthony Powell, Reentry Center Manager at 215-525-0460 x407 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Reentry Center Hours: Open Monday through Friday 9 AM– 5 PM.
KEYSPOT Computer Lab Hours:
Tuesday: 1-5 PM
Wednesday: 1-5 PM
Thursday: 1-5 PM
Friday: 1-5 PM
Prison Linkages Program
ICJ offers linkages to medical care for individuals within the Philadelphia Department of Prisons (PDP). Prison linkage specialists also provide court advocacy, health education and reentry social services support.
Prison Support Program
ICJ works with individuals during their incarceration by providing support and advocacy, and assists with discharge planning for those within the Philadelphia Department of Prisons and Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
How to Enroll: Contact Tracy Latimer, Prison Support Specialist, at 215-525-0460 x418 or email@example.com for more information.
The Institute for Community Justice was founded as part of Philadelphia FIGHT’s commitment to working to reduce not only the number of people in prison living with HIV, but also the lasting effects of mass imprisonment on communities most affected.