How You Can Help
Please join our community of committed, fearless volunteers! There are so many ways for you to engage, from representing a detained asylum seeker to spending a week in Texas with a volunteer team. We also have remote opportunities through our remote bond teams—learn more here. Some opportunities are for pro bono attorneys, while others seek volunteers with a wide variety of skills to help with things like interpretation or to provide professional mental health evaluations for trauma survivors.
The Justice Campaign and its partners currently need volunteers to help individuals detained in the following locations:
Denver Contract Detention Facility
3130 Oakland St
Aurora, CO 80010
Phone Number: (303) 361-6612
South Texas Family Residential Center
Dilley, TX 78017
Phone Number: (830) 378-6500
Stewart Detention Center
146 Cca Rd
Lumpkin, GA 31815
Phone Number: (229) 838-5000
Northeast Ohio Correctional Center
2240 Hubbard Rd
Youngstown, OH 44505
Phone Number: (330) 746-3777
Elizabeth Detention Center
625 Evans St
Elizabeth, NJ 7201
Phone Number: (908) 352-3776
El Paso, TX
Have a question about volunteering? Need help? Contact us.
Stand Up for a Fair Day in Court9 in 10 detained immigrants face the immigration system alone. The Immigration Justice Campaign provides attorneys to immigrant children and their parents.
We Need You!Only 14% of immigrants in detention have access to counsel. For certain isolated detention centers, that number plunges to a mere 6%. Please join our movement to assist immigrants in need by learning about our local partners and volunteering your time. See this NPR piece detailing how legal representation changed the fate of a father who first came to the U.S. nearly two decades ago.
Our Local Partners
Denver, CO: Denver Contract Detention Facility
The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) provides free immigration legal services to individuals in civil immigration detention. Learn more.
The Dilley Pro Bono Project (DPBP) operates a non-traditional model of legal services that directly represents detained immigrant mothers and children. Learn more.