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Helpful Links for the COVID-19 Crisis

posted on April 6th, 2020  |  Read more

Health Information General COVID-19 Information: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention World Health Organization City of Atlanta has also created a site in response to COVID-19 that includes a timeline, list of resources, and information on how to be tested … Continue reading

GJP’s Response to COVID-19

posted on April 1st, 2020  |  Read more

As people across the nation are experiencing uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a particularly challenging time for the 4.3 million people who have a Georgia criminal history, who were already experiencing unemployment, housing insecurities and … Continue reading

GJP’s Work Continues While Office Closed

posted on March 23rd, 2020  |  Read more

In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the City of Atlanta to mitigate the community spread of COVID-19, Georgia Justice Project (GJP) will temporarily suspend walk-ins and in-person appointments at its office location. Despite these temporary … Continue reading

Grass Roots Justice Awards 2020 – POSTPONED

posted on March 23rd, 2020  |  Read more

In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the City of Atlanta to mitigate community spread of COVID-19, Georgia Justice Project’s (GJP) Board of Directors and leadership have postponed Grass Roots Justice Awards 2020 scheduled for later this … Continue reading

Second Chance for Georgia Campaign

posted on March 2nd, 2020  |  Read more

Join the Second Chance for Georgia Campaign to give Georgians a clean slate and unlock opportunities 4.3 million people have a Georgia criminal record (approximately 40 percent of the Georgia’s adults). “Second Chance for Georgia,” a campaign led by the … Continue reading

Second Chance Day – Thank You!

posted on March 2nd, 2020  |  Read more

We are excited to share about the great things that happened at Second Chance Day on Tuesday! Over 150 people heard from legislators, people with a criminal record, attorneys, and advocates about the need and the progress being made to … Continue reading