See below for specific ways you can be part of making justice fair, intelligent, and redemptive in Ohio.
A well-informed advocate is a powerful advocate.
- Consult OJPC’s learning resources.
- Learn from our list of external resources.
- Keep up with our blog and recent press.
- Get to know your legislators. Focus on your state government and local officials. Begin to develop a relationship.
Spread solutions for fair, intelligent, redemptive justice. Converse in person with people you know. Share articles, statistics, and stories via email and social media.
- Sign up for our email list.
- Like us on Facebook and Twitter.
- Contribute to our blog (email Erik Crew for more details)
Stand up: Speak out
Written off? See someone else being written off? Use and share our legal services.
Our state policy work requires advocates who are willing to write, call, email, and sometimes lobby their legislator in person. Sign up for our “Take Action” email list to stay informed about ongoing advocacy opportunities.
We partner with a network of grassroots organizers who target a specific impacts within the justice system and a specific benefit to people in Ohio. If you want to get more deeply involved in this organizing effort, contact the Ohio Organizing Collaborative to find out what activity is in your area.
A large portion of OJPC’s annual budget comes from private donations. We couldn’t continue our work without support from the community. All donations are accepted. There are three ways to donate:
- Send us a check: Make donations payable to “Ohio Justice & Policy Center.” Mail us at the following address:
Ohio Justice & Policy Center 215 East 9th St., Suite 601 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202