Data Insight to Meet Immigrant Victims of Crime and Persecution “Where They Are.”

Aug 9, 2019
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GAIN’s mission is to provide free immigration legal services to victims of crime and persecution. Since 2005, GAIN programs have helped over 5,000 people and provided millions of dollars in pro bono legal services for asylum-seekers and immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes. Our vision is safety, freedom, and opportunity for all.


“At GAIN, we work with trained volunteer attorneys to provide free immigration legal services to immigrant victims of crime and persecution in a culturally-responsive, trauma-informed environment. With our new JusticeServer case management system, our GAIN staff will be empowered to collect more information about the clients we serve and the cases we represent, and we can enhance our delivery of quality legal services through intuitive and data-driven strategies. We are so thankful for the TechBridge Dream Big Technology Grant and all that we will accomplish together!”

Director of Development

TechBridge assembled a judging panel of CIOs, CTOs and foundation leaders who selected five nonprofit organizations for special technology grants to nonprofits called Dream Big Technology grants. Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network (GAIN), a 2019 grantee, needs an effective and customizable case management solution in order to  manage the legal cases of immigrants who are victims of crimes and persecution, as well as a way to track and monitor the progression of these to resolution and outcomes. As part of the Dream Big grant, TechBridge will implement JusticeServer for GAIN. JusticeServer is a case management system designed and used by legal services organizations. TechBridge built this system on the platform, partially subsidized by and in collaboration with the legal services organizations.

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