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We are The Innocent Justice Foundation. We support the heroes in your community who are doing the brave and hard work of protecting us. These heroes are often profoundly affected by their exposure to trauma and pay an emotional cost for their service. We help them mitigate the vicarious trauma they endure.

Core Strength

We are excited to share this interview with Beth Medina, the CEO of The Innocent Justice Foundation and Gabriela Magallon, the Program Manager for our SHIFT program in Ranch & Coast Magazine's January 2021 edition. We also want to thank Deanna Murphy for her beautifully written article educating readers on who we are and what we do. Mental health and wellness training is essential in keeping our community's first responders and helping professionals healthy and effective in their professions. The work TIJF does supports this effort, because when we lose those heroes working with vulnerable people to burn-out, depression, or ...

Task Force Topics: Grooming

Join us on Facebook Live on Monday, April 12, 2021 at 10 AM Pacific Time, for a discussion with Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Commanders on the topic of ...
Supporting Heroes In mental health Foundational Training

The Innocent Justice Foundation has partnered with the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Commanders, and leading mental health experts in the child sexual exploitation and abuse field to develop and provide one of the first comprehensive and foundational training programs...

Helping Advocates Rebound from Trauma

In recognition of the accomplishments of our SHIFT program, in 2019 we received funding through the Motorola Solutions Foundation. The generous grant enabled us to expand our reach in support of other professionals affected by exposure to traumatic material and events. Adhering to our guiding principle that building safe and...


Our programs are here to help, because losing any professional to burn-out, severe depression, substance abuse or suicide is unnecessary, tragic, and preventable.
This is why we do what we do.