F.I.G.H.T (Formerly Incarcerated Group Healing Together) is a Washington-based community service organization dedicated to assisting, advising, and counseling Asian & Pacific Islander (API) descent men and women who are currently incarcerated or have been released.

F.I.G.H.T also focuses on eliminating the practice of deportation among APIs and other people of color. They offer reliance after release, education, and resources to successfully reintegrate into society. F.I.G.H.T works inside prisons and assists with post-incarceration services including:

  • transitional housing
  • GED education
  • mental health referrals
  • mentoring and internal education including peer assistance and counseling, self-sufficiency, and self-reflection
  • job skills such as vocational job training, Steps 2 Freedom project, and Second Chance Employers Project T

The community engagement work of F.I.G.H.T. involves reintegration and volunteer work, advocacy services such as immigration reform, education to prison to deportation, and local and national organization support.