Gaps in the criminal system place wrongfully convicted men and women in desperate situations after release.
Many exonerees are crippled with mental and physical issues and often homeless. In fact, exonerees aren’t even afforded the same re-entry services that parolees receive. Despite being innocent, these men and women are typically given nothing more than a pair of clothes and a bus pass when they’re released back onto the streets.
That’s where Life After Justice works to right this wrong. We advocate for the rights of the wrongfully convicted by seeking health care, housing, job training, computer skills, finance classes, mentoring, and more.