Helping People for Over Four Decades
For the past 40 years the Center for Community Justice staff and volunteers have assisted residents of the Capital Region through difficult times. Our services have helped tens of thousands of people, and we're proud of that accomplishment. Programs like Community Service, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Restitution and Supervised Visitation have been crucial to the health of our legal system and our community. Without programs like these and new ones such as Community Accountability Boards and the Restorative Justice, local courts would be overloaded with minor cases, and far too many low income people would have suffered needlessly because there is no one else to turn to for the services they need.
One of our newest program's - Juvenile Community Accountability Board (JCAB) will begin training volunteers in early 2015. Community Accountability Boards (sometimes called neighborhood accountability boards) have been proven effective in communities in our region and across the country. We expect JCAB to start taking cases by spring 2015. Sign up for our Community Accountability Board training today. Visit our volunteer page for more information.
The Latest CCJ News
CCJ's Community Accountability Board program featured by Daily Gazette
Follow the link below to the April 25, 2015 Daily Gazette article on CCJ's new Community Accountability Board program
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