PSJ is excited to release the first installment of our youth justice update, Misguided Measures Revisited: Keeping Youth Out of Jails. This is the first of three briefing papers following up on a 2011 comprehensive report on juvenile justice in Oregon.
We are pleased to announce that PSJ has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund at the Northwest Health Foundation. The 2-year grant is a critical investment in our effort to reduce the harm of parental incarceration on children and families.
PSJ is pleased to announce that we’re launching Help.Hope.Heal., a website designed for the people crime survivors are most likely to reach out to for help: their family and friends.
Partnership for Safety and Justice is pleased to announce that Anita Rodgers is our new Finance & Operations Director.
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