What we do
We are an information, action-based organization that creates resources available in the community. We conduct research on community needs, how they are fulfilled/unfulfilled, and what the community can do to fulfill those needs. We host programs, workshops, seminars, training, events, classes, and anything else within our capacity that fulfills the needs of the community.
Why we do what we do
We are convinced that if people in hard situations had access to better options, it would result in better decisions. The better decisions each individual makes, the better off we are as a community . We have chosen five areas of focus that are the root of empowerment: family, education, criminal justice, health, and finances. The government should be a supplement to the people, not the provider. We, as a community, are capable of healing our own pains.
What keeps us going
Our community is in need of a boost. The resources administered by the Social Justice Advocacy Project, Inc. provide that boost. By providing people with tools that create stronger families, deeper education, freedom from threats to their liberty, better health, and more stable finances, our community will be better as a whole. Not just for the current generation, but for generations to come.