Sustainability – Primavera’s commitment to social and economic justice in the context of vibrant and revitalized neighborhoods has challenged the organization to integrate its neighborhood revitalization and community engagement activities. The strategy is to integrate community development and community engagement by strengthening resident leadership development and organizing across sectors with multiple community partners in targeted neighborhoods.
Trouble finding a job or apartment? Setting aside or vacating your convictions does not clear your record, but it can improve your chances when you are able to show the potential interviewer or employer that you have completed all the terms of your sentence and had a judge officially set it aside. A past conviction doesn’t bar you from participating in your community. You can restore your rights to vote, to sit on a jury, to run for political office and in some cases you can get your convictions vacated or reclassified.
Restore your civil rights and restore your voice in our democratic process. As a voting constituent, you will not only have the power to make important choices about your future each and every Election Day, but you will also have more influence over those representing us at the local, state and federal levels.
You are eligible to restore your rights in Arizona of if you meet the following criteria:
*If your convictions are from out-of-state, please contact the Superior Court in the county of your conviction to find out how the rights restoration process works in that state.
Call (520) 882-5383 x 139 to find out about how you can go about restoring your rights.
A free workshop for people with Arizona and federal convictions. We do not currently have any workshops scheduled. Please check back at a later date, or call (520) 882-5383 x 139 to find out about how you can go about restoring your rights.
151 W. 40th Street
Tucson, AZ 85713
Fax: (520) 882-5479