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From Clients To Family

Re-entry is never easy, but you are not alone.

Washington Innocence Project provides social and emotional support. We connect freed and exonerated clients to services and resources so you can get back on your feet and return to the life you’ve been missing. We can also help connect you with a community of others who have endured this experience who can provide a type of support and understanding that no one else can.


We partner with Healing Justice to offer peer to peer support.

Freedom after a wrongful conviction is a life-changing moment that leaves many people asking, “What’s next?” To help provide peace of mind, HEALING JUSTICE has gathered information and advice from people who have been there. Their handbook serves as a resource for people navigating their return home, including how to access practical needs, continue your personal growth and development, and seek support.

Truth Series

Our Freed Family Tell Their Stories In Their Words.

Sometimes the justice system presents innocent clients with other options to leave prison and sacrifice their chance to ever be recognized as actually innocent or receive any financial compensation.

For example, if an incarcerated individual accepts an Alford plea, they can be released from prison and maintain their innocence by admitting that the evidence the prosecution has would be likely to persuade a judge or jury to find them guilty. Oftentimes, freed clients accept these kinds of pleas so they can begin rebuilding their lives in freedom.