Offering parents of incarcerated youth an opportunity to express their feelings about their current situation fighting for their child’s freedom. When your child is locked up you feel locked up, too. The objective is to steer high risk youth away from solving conflict with violence. It’s always about what happens at home. When a parent lives a healthy life, they can give their child the emotional support they need. Based on a 2016 report by the Fordham Urban Law Journal, 50 percent of the juveniles in the juvenile justice system claim to be poorly treated by their parents, and more than 30 percent have said they’ve experienced physical violence. We have to help single parents gain stability which may help curb the influence of criminal behavior. Our team of experts will conduct workshops for mothers and fathers who want to improve their relationship with their children. Most parents confronted with the unfortunate circumstance of a child incarcerated don’t know their rights and have no clue how to legally represent their children in court. Our team of volunteer lawyers and former prosecutors will provide the legal advice they need to successfully defend their children.