American Justice Reentry and Rehabilitation (AJRR)  An Approved 501C3 Organization

Reserved to serve and meet the needs of the community

Olayinka Alausa. MD MPH

Director of Medical Development & Corporate Advisory.

Darpana Sheth
Attorney Institute of Justice 

A. Atoki
Deputy Sheriff  Oklahoma Sheriff Office.

recent programs

Our literacy outreach program is growing widely with collaboration development with schools and the media 


More than 7,500 people volunteer for us each year and make the difference in the lives of thousands. Find out how to become our partner

mission & vision

Mission: Our mission is to transform ex-offenders and their victims' life from within while we make our communities safer 

Vision: AJRR's focus is integrating services to a single case profile with an undivided commitment


Working as a youth mentor was supposed to be a short-term commitment, but it became a life-long journey. I'm so fortunate to be able to impact the lives of others, all while partnering with some of the most passionate and driven philanthropists on earth.

Foundation History

  1. 1998- Yemi worked as a youth and peer mentor with several religious and academic groups that has impacted his life forever.
  2. 2003-An encounter that led him to his passion believing in second chance with emphasis on understanding the value of life and freedom by helping a gang leader change his life.
  3. 2009- American Justice Re-Entry and Rehabilitation was created as a student organization at the University of New Mexico as International Justice and Rehabilitation Service helping international students understand the American culture as a prevention against the violation of the law.
  4. 2013-Yemi balances the corporate world and his personal pursuit to do humanitarian work as he finds fulfillment in saving lives. American Justice Re-Entry and Rehabilitation set out in the DMV area with a plan to function and reach lives in each state.

        Duane Adeyemi  MSc. BEng.

Our founder