Formerly Incarcerated Group Healing Together


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F.I.G.H.T. Is an organization that assist, advises, and councils men and women of Asian Pacific Islander descent who are currently incarcerated or have been released.

F.I.G.H.T. is also highly active in the advocacy of preventing Deportation among our people and people of other ethnicity.

Our Services

Inside Prison Support Groups

  • Clallam Bay
  • Monroe
  • Coyote Ridge
  • Stafford Creek
  • Purdy

Job Skills

  • Vocational Job Training
  • Steps2Freedom
  • Second Chance Employers

Post Incarceration Support

  • GED / Postsecondary Education Referral
  • Transitional Housing
  • Mental Health Referral

Community Engagemant

  • Reintegration
  • Volunteer Work

Mentoring & Internal Education

  • Peer Assistance and Counseling
  • Self Reflection
  • Self-sufficiency


  • Immigration Reform
  • Education to Prison to Deportation
  • Local and National Organization Support

Come be part of the solution…..

SEAFN Campaign

In September 2015, 1Love launched a 30-day, 15-city Organizing and Media Tour to gather community stories and resistance narratives for our #EndDisplacement Campaign. This tour will lay the groundwork for our new deportation strategy and campaign for 2016. Our mission was to record voices of Southeast Asian community members across the country on how deportation impacts their lives, their families and their communities. These stories will help build the campaign to end deportation in the Southeast Asian refugee community.


We call on our family, friends, & allies to sign on to this SEAFN CAMPAIGN SOLIDARITY LETTER, & let us know how you can commit to supporting this movement to end deportation & displacement, & reunite families. SIGN TODAY!

Organizations we work with