The Justice Resource Institute works to address a diverse range of social justice issues, such as HIV/AIDS research, LGBTQ services, trauma care, and more. The Institute offers several programs that serve individuals through community-based services.
Interns can participate in social work, psychology, education, or nursing. They also can provide counseling, public relations, and administrative assistance. Volunteers can read to children in homeless shelters, mentor teens, and help older people. In addition, they can help to support the office, repair facilities, and workshops.
The Institute offers both internships and volunteer opportunities. It operates 90 programs, and more than 120 interns join them each year.