CJA works to stop torture and other serious human rights abuses around the world by helping the survivors of such abuses hold their perpetrators accountable, especially those perpetrators who live in or visit the United States. CJA offers survivors and their families an integrated approach in their quest for justice that combines legal, medical, psycho-social and other services, as needed.
http://www.cja.org(link is external)
One Hallidie Plaza, Suite 406
San Francisco, CA 94102
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We are always happy to field intakes with anyone who is interested in exploring options for accountability, please click here(link is external) for information on how to contact us.
- Legal Services
Expanded details of program’s services:
We provide legal services to torture survivors and their families wishing to pursue legal accountability against their abusers. We do not practice immigration or asylum law nor provide immigration services. Please click here(link is external) for more information.
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