Read the report on the insights of key informant interviews with the staff involved in the study.
Department of Community Justice Pages
Fee and payment details
Functional Family Probation (FFP®) is an integrative supervision and case management model for use with high risk youth and families.
Read the January 2020 Key Informant Report here
Read the September 2021 Key Informant Report
Read the full outcomes report here
An expansion project in which Gresham Police Department has partnered with Cascadia clinicians to improve their response to mental health crises in the Gresham community.
One page overview for the Gresham Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Project.
With dates running through October, there are plenty of opportunities to pick up fresh produce while supporting positive changes for justice involved youth.
The Health Assessment and Treatment (HAT) team is a coordinated effort between DCJ and the Health Department aimed at improving healthcare access for adults involved in the criminal justice system.
Meet Diane Wade House Advisory board co-chair Iden Campbell
See Open Positions
Explore RRIs and the path of juveniles in the criminal justice system.
Meet Wade House Advisory Board co-chair Linda Jo Hudson
Meet Wade House Advisory Board member Lisa Saunders
Evaluating the Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program
Learn more about the MCJRP Mentors Study Project
MCJRP Mentors Project Summary
MCJRP Mentors Study Final Report
Watch the YouTube videos about MCJRP
Meet our team
Learn more about who we are as a team, and what we do for the Department of Community Justice.
Diane Wade House Advisory Board: Michelle “Yemaya” Benton
Multnomah County’s Justice Reinvestment Program (MCJRP) is designed to reduce the use of state prisons for offenders who can safely be supervised in the community.