Shopping Night at Ten Thousand Villages

December 15 from 5 to 8 pm in Cameron Village. Come join us for Shopping Night at Ten Thousand Villages, Raleigh. You can get your Christmas shopping done while learning about how you can help women gain advocacy skills. We’ll be serving snacks and having a good time. Put it on your calendar and come […]

Advocates for Childrens’ Services

Roads to Justice NC ((R2JNC) partners with organizations and firms all over North Carolina. Advocates for Children’s Services, a statewide project of Legal Aid of North Carolina is one of those partners, focuses on issues facing school-aged children. From Special Education to the School-to-Prison-Pipeline, ACS’s attorneys are kept busy handling a variety of cases from […]

Legal Rights AND Responsibilities

Rights and responsibilities are opposite sides of the same coin. Our system of law afford us certain rights, such as the right to vote. Right along with it though, we have the responsibility to not only exercise that right but to stay informed of the issues and make our decisions accordingly. It’s one of the […]

How Is Your Legal Health?

Are you legally healthy? Having peace of mind that if something goes wrong you’re prepared is crucial to the well being of your family. At Roads to Justice we work with women to make sure they have the tools they need to care for themselves and their families. We often start with a “baseline” diagnosis. […]

Project Pamlico Fundraiser Begins Today!

Today we kick-off our Project Pamlico fundraiser! In order to provide learning and information sessions in Pamlico County this fall, we need your support. R2JNC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, so your donation is tax-deductible. Please consider making a gift today.  Where will your donation go? Roads to Justice NC works hard to keep costs […]

The Importance of Education in Advocacy

Decisions will be made that affect your life, whether you’re the one that makes them is up to you. In the legal world, you may forfeit rights you didn’t even know you had or you may make poor decisions based on faulty information. Knowledge is critical. Roads to Justice North Carolina provides education to women […]

Aiding the Elderly

According to the North Carolina State Demographics Unit, older adults are the fastest growing population in the state. The number of adults over 65 is expected to double from 2000 to 2030. Some rural counties with retirement communities, like Pamlico, have even more elderly residents. The poverty rate for the elderly in many rural areas […]

Not Legal Aid

While many legal service professionals immediately understand the difference between our mission and Legal Aid’s, I thought I would take a moment to explain the differences. In some senses our two organizations seem very much alike. Our goals are very similar- that low-income people are able to remove barriers to their future success. We also […]

Service Providers in Rural North Carolina

Rural towns are often unable to support full-time, permanent professionals. In many ways, medical and legal service providers are just like any other business owner, they also require a location with enough demand to support their supply. New technology helps bridge these gaps and bring services to rural areas. Recently in North Carolina, psychiatrists began […]