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The Washington County Reentry Council is a community-based coalition of individuals, organizations and agencies working together to help the justice-involved successfully reenter society.
For information, or to receive the monthly eNewsletter, contact via email to:
Address: Washington County Reentry Council, P.O. Box 463, Hillsboro, OR 97123
If you are interested in reentry efforts in Washington County please attend a council meeting or send an email to
We meet bi-monthly on the second Wednesdays from 1-3 PM at the Community Corrections Center, 2nd Floor, located at 260 SW Adams St. in Hillsboro. Sign in as a Visitor at the front desk and proceed upstairs to the conference room.
The next council meeting is March 12th and open to the public. We are a community-based council. There is no requirement to join other than a passion for reentry work on behalf of formerly incarcerated individuals returning to their communities. If you are interested in reentry efforts in Washington County please attend a council meeting or send an email to
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MARCH LOCAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS
March 7th - 11:00 Pacific / 2:00 Eastern - Beyond Cellblocks: Reducing Criminalization, Promoting Accessible Health Care & Racial Justice WEBINAR offered by the Alliance for a Just Society & the Racial Disparity Project of the Seattle Public Defenders Association.
Contact Danisha Christian at
March 9th - DALYIGHT SAVING TIME - "Spring ahead" ... set your clocks forward one hour.
March 10th - 5:30 - 8:00 pm - Partnership for Safety & Justice Action Team Meeting. Multnomah Building, 501 SE Hawthorne St., Conf Rm 315, Portland.
RSVP today by calling 503-335-8449 or email
March 11th - 1:00 – 3:00 pm. - Voices Set Free presentation at Portland Community College Sylvania Campus, Library Rm 204. Hear from the panel of speakers who brought the crowd to their feet at the Women in Prison conference. Limited seating. RSVP to
March 17th - St. Patrick's Day
March 20th - 2:00-3:0pm ET - Problem Gambling: An ATTC Network Webinar Series. First of four-part series. Problem Gambling: Overview, Diagnosis and Epidemiology, and the New DSM-5 Criteria Presenter: Dr. Peter Nathan. For more information, contact Maureen Fitzgerald, ATTC Network Coordinating Office,
Register: (Webinar 1, March 20th): https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/399668074
March 21st & 22nd - The 4th Annual Women and Girls Health Fair at the Portland Community College Cascade Campus- in acknowledgement of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Free and open to the public.
March 31 - 6:00-6:45pm - PROJECT CLEAN SLATE Multnomah county. Northwest Library 2300 NW Thurman St., Portland, OR. If you have a record with Multnomah County, Project Clean Slate is a workshop introducing the resources and services to help you make a fresh start. Project Clean Slate is supported by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, Multnomah County Public Defender’s Office, Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles, and the Independent Development Enterprise Alliance.
Community Development at (503) 846-8615.
Mondays, 6:30 -7:00pm - Prison Pipeline
1st Wednesdays, 8:30-10:30am - Housing & Support Services Network (HSSN)
Monthly meeting Beaverton City Hall - 1st fl. conference rm. 4755 SW Griffith Dr. For more info contact HSSN Chair,
3rd Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm - ReEntry & Mental Health Action Team
Monthly meeting at the NAMI Center of Washington County, 18680 SW Shaw Street, Aloha.
Fridays, 1:00pm - Community Resource Orientation.
Free weekly sessions for anyone homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Information about community resources available in Washington County. Community Action Hillsboro Multiservice Center, 1001 SW Baseline St., Hillsboro.
Fridays, 7:00pm - Celebrate Recovery
Forest Grove Assembly of God, 1523 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, Or. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, biblically based 12-step recovery program. For more information, call : (503) 357-6223.
Sundays, 3:00-5:00 pm - Light My Way Ministry services
Sonrise Church, 6701 NE Campus Way, Hillsboro, OR. Closed campus worship services for anyone age 18 & older. Meal provided.
3rd Friday of each month - Scrubbing Criminal Records to Unlock Barriers (SCRUB)
The Oregon Law Center's Hillsboro Regional Office expungement project helps low-income residents with arrests / convictions in Washington County. Call 503-640-4115 for appointment.