OUR PROGRAMS

LEGAL AND ADVOCACY

Legal and Advocacy – The Legal and Advocacy program is a coalition of lawyers, advocates, and formerly incarcerated individuals that work together in a united front to abolish the unfair treatment and malicious prosecution for individuals without legal assistance and proper representation in criminal and family cases. 

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TOPS RESTORATION PROGRAM

TOPS Restoration Program - Provides a safe place to live for those recently released from jail and prison needing to reintegrate back into society. This is a transitional program that allows also those who struggle with prior drug use and homelessness to rebuild their lives with the support of others who have completed the program. We offer job skill training, application assistance, GED services, computer literacy, reading development, and NA/AA.

RIGHT’S RESTORATION AND JAIL-BASED VOTING

Right's Restoration and Jail-Based Voting - This program is a catalyst used by grassroots organizations to train leaders, legislators, and organizers in prison and election reform to provide thousands of eligible voters access to the ballot as well as advocate for legislation to remove barriers to voting for currently and formerly incarcerated people.

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TOPS MOMA TINA’S MISSION HOUSE

Hunger and Homeless Program Feeding program to create harm reduction in the community for those poor, hungry, and homeless. This program reduces recidivism to living in the community and to those coming out of prison and jail by providing them with healthy food and access to clean water.

TOPS PRODIGAL CHILD PROJECT

Aims to connect organizers, community leaders, and community members to come together to empower and educate others on their rights to vote. Through workshops, community gatherings, and convenings, those who are interested in voter education can gain a deeper context of the work of organizing throughout the Deep South.

VOICES OF THE VIOLATED REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE PROJECT (VOV)

Voices of the Violated Reproductive Justice Project is a project led by women of color organizing throughout the south, addressing injustice around women’s rights by providing rapid response for cases involving violations towards women in and out of prison. This advocacy program protects the rights of all women and transgender women and girls to insures access to economic resources, education opportunities, and healthcare services.

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