Providing Justice and Dignity To Survivors:
Apply for Assistance From The Survivors’ Project
It is time to stop prosecuting survivors for offenses stemming from their victimization.
Who Should Apply?
Individuals with criminal convictions resulting from their abuse or exploitation are encouraged to apply, including:
- Survivors of human trafficking
- Survivors of domestic violence
How to Apply?
Apply for assistance from the Survivors’ Project here:
Online Screening Application for Pro Bono Assistance
Once in receipt of your application, our pro bono intake team will review applications to determine whether an individual should (1) be provided free materials to file their own petition, (2) referred to a workshop led by volunteers to learn more about the petition, or (3) referred to pro bono attorneys for more personalized assistance.
A Note About Confidentiality
The Survivors' Project takes every effort to maintain the confidentiality of all submissions by requiring all volunteers, attorneys, and staff to sign a confidentiality agreement; however, it cannot guarantee strict confidentiality of materials submitted through this intake process.
Looking For Attorney’s To Provide Pro Bono Legal Assistance
Looking to give some pro bono hours for a good cause? The Survivors’ Project is still in the process of recruiting additional pro bono attorneys, law students, and experts to represent this vulnerable population in applying for clemency pro bono.
Volunteers will be trained and receive free continuing legal education credit. To offer support or for questions, please contact Stephanie Trevino (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
For any additional questions about the Survivor’s Project, please contact email@example.com