Posts by TIJF
Catalytic Supports TIJF for Giving Tuesday!
Sending a huge THANK YOU to Catalytic Risk Managers & Insurance Agency, LLC for their generous support toward our Giving Tuesday Campaign! Giving Tuesday is our year-end fundraising campaign, helping to raise funds for organizational needs and programs into 2023. This year we need your support more than ever, as we will see a cut in…Read More
Task Force Topics: What is Vicarious Trauma?
Please join us for this discussion on Facebook Live with Eric Oldenburg on Vicarious Trauma, and learn more about the SHIFT and HART programs. Eric retired from the Phoenix Police Department in 2018 after 24 years of service. The last 15 years of his career, he was assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Federal…Read More
Our Shirts Are Back!
But only for a limited time. This shirt is dedicated to the heroes who work to save children from abuse and exploitation everyday. When you purchase a shirt, it supports our vicarious trauma mitigation training programs for heroes who experience traumatic materials, events, and stories of victims regularly through the work they do. This type…Read More
Task Force Topics: Cyberbullying
October is Cyberbullying Awareness Month Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. It can occur through SMS, Text, and apps, or online in social media, forums, or gaming where people can view, participate in, or share content. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior.…Read More
Task Force Topics: SafetyNet
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SAFE ON THE ONLINE? ARE YOU? Join us for this discussion with Wendy Waddell, the Program Manager of SafetyNet, a program made possible through a partnership between the San Diego Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and the San Diego Police Foundation. The SafetyNet® program is an innovative public-private…Read More
Thank You Tri-City Medical Center!
Thank you to Tri-City Medical Center for getting our San Diego Gives 2022 Campaign off to a great start with a $1000 matching donation for the first $1000 we raise! With nearly 3.3 million residents, San Diego County is the fifth most-populous county in the United States. People live in 18 incorporated cities, 18 Indian…Read More
The Innocent Just Foundation is a Proud Nonprofit Partner with San Diego Gives 2022
The Innocent Justice Foundation (TIJF) has provided mental health and wellness programming focusing on vicarious trauma mitigation to support Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Teams and their affiliates across the country since 2009 through Supporting Heroes in Mental Health Foundational Training (SHIFT). SHIFT was one of the first Federally funded programs to focus on…Read More
Mental Health Awareness Month – May 2022
Many of the symptoms people experience from exposure to the trauma of others, are simply the brain and body reacting to something that needs to be addressed. TIJF works to educate community heroes to both understand and respond to those symptoms with tools and techniques to help mitigate the effects of vicarious trauma and to…Read More
Mental Health Awareness Month with The Innocent Justice Foundation
During a trip to Yellowstone with her family, Beth Medina, the CEO of The Innocent Justice Foundation was enjoying a view of the waterfalls, when a gentleman approached her and commented on her t-shirt. He said, “that is a great organization, it saves lives”. Beth told him who she was, and he went on to…Read More
May is Mental Health Awareness Month with The Innocent Justice Foundation
Join us in supporting heroes this May! In an effort to grow and share our Helping Advocates Rebound from Trauma (HART) program, we will be hosting several training opportunities this May. We will provide free vicarious trauma mitigation and mental health & wellness training to San Diego County victim serving professionals. We have one full-day…Read More