We are a 501c(3) women-led and Black-led nonprofit organization whose mission is to equip our loved ones coming home from incarceration, injustice, and abuse by giving them the tools to succeed in family, housing, business, and law. Educating our loved ones with “Helping Ourselves To Transform” into new citizens with tools to live a productive life by supporting ourselves in transforming back into our community. Helping the Community, Corporate America, and Small Business to understand the importance of supporting the needs of our loved ones together which will help with reducing recidivism. We use a one-on-one approach by understanding one shoe doesn’t fit all but using an approach that sees one, do one, each one teach one. This will identify with the basic needs that will create that bridge between us and our community because the cure to mass incarceration is mass liberation.
Get your copy of “The Pretense of Justice” by Dr. Carmen R. Johnson today! This book, written by our founder, details one woman’s fight to expose the systemic, oppressive infrastructure around criminal justice.
We need policies and changes working towards ending mass incarceration. We needs to invest in decarceration & reentry programs. We at HOTT are dedicated to fighting for reform & offer services for re-entry, participatory defense, parole, & post conviction. Contact us.
July was Disability Pride Month. We still raise awareness to build a more inclusive & accessible world. The legal system consistently fails people with disabilities. Instead of criminalization & incarceration, we need to invest in community health & wellbeing. Contact us for help
"The Pretense of Justice" by our founder, Dr. Carmen Johnson is available for purchase. Dr. Johnson is a survivor of our unjust justice system after being wrongfully convicted. She has since been advocating for reform & fighting against injustice.