Hawai`i Reentry Legal & Resource Guide
The Hawai`i Reentry Legal & Resource Guide is designed to help people understand the legal rights and responsibilities of incarcerated people and people with criminal records in the state of Hawai'i, and provide possible resources to assist with people's transition back into the community. The guide includes basic information about people's reentry legal rights on key issues including getting ID, housing, employment, and family reunification.
We developed this resource in partnership with Hawai'i Friends of Restorative Justice (HRFJ), a nonprofit organization established in 1980 in Honolulu that is committed to advancing civic behavior and improving the justice system. HFRJ trains, advocates, develops programs, researches, and educates on evidence-based practices that rehabilitate, heal, and give hope. Its work has been researched and published in 50 articles and several books.
Please note: If you find inaccurate information or if you know of other information that can assist others that is missing here, please contact HRFJ by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at P.O. Box 489, Waialua, Hawai‘i 96791.
INTERESTED IN PARTNERING?
If you are you interested in replicating Root & Rebound's know-your-rights reentry legal resources or building the legal capacity for people with records in your state, please reach out to our Deputy Director, Sonja Tonnesen at email@example.com.