"[Avenues for Justice] may be a model to follow. It fills many of the roles of an effective criminal justice system, including punishment, counseling, and rehabilitation.”
“No program I have ever worked with or heard about has more credibility with attorneys or judges than the [Avenues for Justice].”
“At a time when the incarceration rate in America is the highest of any nation in the world…AFJ has questioned the status quo to become one of our most successful and cost-effective crime prevention programs.”
“Judges have come to rely upon Angel, his integrity and the [Avenues for Justice] as a truly meaningful and worthwhile alternative to incarceration.”
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As Avenues for Justice (AFJ) gears up for what we anticipate will be an incredibly productive summer for our Participants, we wanted to share a few program updates.
To kick off Mental Health Awareness month, we wanted to share some recent advances at AFJ regarding our onsite Mental Health services.
Spearheaded by Court Advocate, Shantel Brooks, the initiative, which consists of two8-week cohorts, will provide a path forward to income stability with part-time internships for our Participants and AFJ covering the stipends.