Recommended Sites

NOTE: – Inclusion on this list should not suggest that there are not policy and perspective disagreements with the referenced pages.  For example, DJP does not support peer counseling services as a modality of treatment or as an adjunct service for people afflicted with psychosis.  Psychosis is a neurological symptom with potentially grave consequences.  Psychosis is not a psychological or psycho-social condition.  Psychosis is a grave neurological state that disrupts cognition and waking consciousness.

ACLU  –  https://www.aclu.org/issues/mass-incarceration/smart-justice/campaign-smart-justice

Why is America So Punitive?

Due Justice Project supports general criminal justice reform – About Smart Justice and Theories of Punishment


Treatment Advocacy Center  –  http://www.treatmentadvocycenter.org/

Mental Illness Policy Org  –  https://mentalillnesspolicy.org/

Brain and Behavior Research Foundation  –  https://www.bbrfoundation.org/

National Alliance on Serious Neuropsychiatric Illness –  NASNI Facebook

NSSC http://www.nationalshatteringsilencecoalition.org/

ABA  –  https://www.americanbar.org/groups/crsj/projects/death_penalty_due_process_review_project/serious-mental-illness-initiative-.html

Pete Earlyhttp://www.peteearley.com

DueJusticeProject strongly endorses the mission of the Avielle Foundation:  “We are funding neuroscience research aimed at understanding the brain’s chemistry, structure, and circuits that lead to violence and compassion”

The Avielle Foundationhttps://aviellefoundation.org/about-the-foundation/