Adrienne Wilson shares her experiences as a member of PSJ. Adrienne is an active member and volunteer and the parent of a child currently incarcerated under Oregon’s mandatory minimum sentencing law, Measure 11. She also sits on OYA's Family Advisory Council as a parent advocate.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, reminding us of the importance of preventing and reducing sexual violence, as well as supporting and advocating for sexual assault survivors.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Action Alert to build safe families and strong communities. There was a great hearing on HB 3503 hearing on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 on HB 3503.
PSJ's Lobby Day on March 16th was a resounding success! PSJ members making their voices heard at the Capitol is how we make change happen. Thanks to everyone who attended and made the day so successful. But there's lots more to be done. Here's how everyone can advocate for safety and justice!
We’re excited to announce the opening of a new position at Partnership for Safety and Justice, Development Director.