Forensic Advocates for Rehabilitation and Reintegration (FARR) is a group of students dedicated to making an impact within the field of forensic psychology at the individual and community level. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in forensic psychology and working with individuals within the correctional system. Our goal is to educate and raise awareness about mental health issues within correctional facilities. We hold events, general meetings, fundraisers, as well as provide support and psycho-educational presentations for individuals within the correctional system, including inmates, post-release, and staff. FARR gives students an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of individuals as well as further their education on relevant topics and issues within forensic psychology.