What You Can Do Old

If you are an advocate or attorney, click here.

If you are a facility administrators click here.

If you are a concerned community member, click here.


Community members can take important steps to end the solitary confinement of youth in juvenile and adult facilities:

Donate to efforts like Stop Solitary for Kids. Click here.

Raise the issue on social media using our Social Media Toolkit, by using our shareable images, and using #stopsolitaryforkids.

Call State Legislators & Members of Congress and ask them to speak out against solitary confinement for kids and work to end the practice in your state. You can find your U.S. Senator here. You can find your U.S. Representative here.

Sign up to receive updates on key developments from the campaign.

Learn more about solitary for kids and alternatives using Stop Solitary for Kids resources (see Resource menu), fact sheetsinfographics, and video resources.

Visit your local juvenile justice facility to learn more about practices and whether solitary is used. This shows that everyone cares about what happens to kids inside facilities. Contact us for advice on this process.

Request data on the use of solitary confinement in state and local facilities that house youth. Contact us for advice on this process.

Contact the Stop Solitary for Kids campaign and tell us what’s happening in your area. Click here.