Through the Hope Pipeline Project, we stand by kids involved with the juvenile justice and protect their civil legal rights. We may be able to help if a kid is:
- Not in school (suspension, expulsion, truancy, dropped out, not allowed to enroll)
- School isn’t working (need more support for learning, feel unsafe or bullied, feel discriminated against, other parts of life make it hard to focus and be successful)
- Feeling unsafe at home or doesn’t have a home (homeless, couch surfing, living on the street)
- Locked up in detention (probation violations, warrants, police or school resource officer attention, truancy or running away, parents won’t help)
We accept referrals from community partners in the juvenile justice system.
Our efforts to break the school to prison pipeline through Hope Pipeline Project Advocacy is sustained through the generous support of The Community Foundation’s Women’s Giving Alliance and The Partnership for Child Health.
Are you a youth who needs help with a legal problem?
Call us at (904) 242-6936
We will contact you to learn more. Depending on what you need, you may be given an appointment with one of our lawyers or we may connect you to one of our partner legal organizations. Even if we aren’t able to help you, we will do our best to provide you with other resources to help solve your problem. What you tell us is confidential, meaning it stays between you and us.
If we don’t answer, leave a message.
We will call you back within 5 to 7 business days.