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…

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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…

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Task Force Topics: Stories of Resilience

Join us on Facebook Live on Monday, December 13, 2021 at 10 AM PST, to discuss stories of resilience with Alan Flora, retired ICAC Commander and TIJF trainer. Professionals in helping careers often experience vicarious trauma from their exposure to traumatic materials and events. Since 2009, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force teams across the…

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You Can Donate Cryptocurrency!

Cryptocurrency

We have added the option of donating cryptocurrency to our donation page, and Every.org is matching a donors first crypto donation up to $100 during the month of November!  #FallGivingChallenge Every little “BIT” counts! Your donations support important mental health and wellness programming for those working in professions that expose them to the trauma of…

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Giving Tuesday 2021

Save The Date

Save-The-Date for The Innocent Justice Foundation’s Annual Fundraiser! When we support the heroes, they can save more children! During this giving season, we hope you will consider a donation to support programs that provide wellness training to help our community heroes mitigate vicarious trauma. Our campaign will run from November 1st to Giving Tuesday on…

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