March 01 2015

"I am convinced that teaching the disadvantaged and underserved their legal rights and responsibilities will help them become more productive workers and more engaged citizens which will benefit not only their families, but help build stronger communities."

    -- Amanda DuBois

Our Mission

We empower people by teaching them their basic legal rights and responsibilities with easy-to-understand legal education tools. Our goal is for everyone to have access to the information they need to realize the promises of our Declaration of Independence: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

What We Do

Civil Survival creates legal educational materials and develops educational programs and training for government agencies, non-profits, and local outreach programs. Our content and programs are designed to assist with re-entry and life skills issues faced by a variety of disconnected and underserved populations. Civil Survival is designed to help at-risk individuals assimilate into their communities so that they can lead productive lives. Civil Survival includes a book series and an e-learning program that is written specifically for a low literacy population so that readers can easily understand the concepts presented.

Who We Serve

Through our Networks and Partnerships we reach a wide variety of people and groups including the following:

  • Service Members and Returning veterans;
  • People currently and formerly incarcerated;
  • Immigrants;
  • Low income single mothers; and
  • Remedial students.

These individuals are served by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, the Department of Education, the Department of Labor, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Justice.

Criminal Justice

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Divorce & Child Custody

Rights at Work

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You can buy the Civil Survival Series on Amazon!


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Brief in Support of Basic Legal Education

The Team

For Government
For Veterans
For Single Mothers
Rehabilitating Prisoners
For the Disadvantaged