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Inland Empire Coalition for Racial Justice

Resilient Voices

resilient voices 2022

Resilient Voices Program Summer 2022

The Resilient Voices Program is a re-entry type program hosted by the Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice and the ACLU of Southern California designed to assist formerly detained immigrants in overcoming institutional barriers they face as they transition back to their communities. This program is meant to provide individuals the necessary tools and resources to empower them in their journey to find healing, safety, and self determination. This is a 2 month program open to formally detained immigrants who reside in the Inland Empire.

1. Resident of San Bernardino or Riverside County
2. Person has been detained by ICE; Priority to those detained in Adelanto.
3. Will not miss more than 2 sessions.

Session Dates: June 20th, 2022-August 30th, 2022 

Session Topics: Group Therapy and One on One healing sessions, Post Conviction Relief, Know Your Rights, Deportation Defense 101, Media and Communications 101 and more.

Inland Empire Coalition for Racial Justice


Immigrants who are incarcerated or formerly incarcerated in ICE jails continue to experience trauma, unemployment, and medical/mental health care issues. Our communities and nonprofit organizations have taken on the responsibility of ensuring that individuals have access to the most basic needs. With individuals still facing long periods of incarceration and deportation threats, ICIJ commits to providing support to individuals currently or formerly detained at the Adelanto Detention Center, the largest detention facility in the nation.

If you are formerly incarcerated, residing in the Inland Empire, and interested in receiving support please contact

Inland Empire Coalition for Racial Justice