Our founder, Savannah Eldrige, is a registered nurse with a heart and passion for the community. Since her brother Frank received an unjust sentence she has been committed to creating clearer pathways for post-conviction relief, improving correctional health outcomes, and advocating for the rights of incarcerated individuals and their loved ones. Savannah works as a registered nurse in the San Antonio area. She is the co-founder of Coalition to Abolish Slavery-Texas, Texas Incarcerated Families Association Board Chair, Steering Committee Member of the Statewide Leadership Council, and a member of the Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health.
Coalition to Abolish Slavery-Texas is a project of Be Frank 4 Justice working to end slavery, without exceptions in Texas the state of Texas. The coalition meets monthly on the first Wednesday of the month.
Incarcerated individuals have a right to adequate healthcare. If your loved one has a concern to raise about their care, we can assist them through administrative process for communicating medical issues.
The journey for individuals with lengthy sentences and their loved ones is unique. If you or your loved one needs assistance dealing with long term incarceration, we are here for you.