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LARRP Events

LARRP General Meeting

Join us on May 12th from 9:00am to 12:00pm. at the Amity Foundation located at 3750 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90007.

Registration promptly starts at 9:00 a.m. and general meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. for the program at Amity Foundation, 3750 S. Grand Ave.

This month's general meeting will highlight reentry services by Cynthia Florez-DeLyon, Deputy Director of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.  Also, we will be having a presentation and discussion on housing in Los Angles County.   
Register here for the meeting.



LARRP Committees

LARRP's Committees meet monthly to address the broad scope of reentry issues. Contact for more information.
Steering Committee:
1st Thursday, 1 - 3 p.m.
Housing Work Group:
3rd Thursday of each month
Employment Work Group:
4th Thursday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.,
Parole Dept., 2444 S. Alameda

Behavioral Health Work Group - To be scheduled
Contact for more information or to RSVP.

LARRP Updates

South LA Justice Resource Fair Clinic report is in! 

Clinic Report...

Regional & Community Resource Fairs



Prop 47 & Record Expungement Clinics

Prop 47 Record Expungement Clinic at Long Beach City College

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Come reclassify your record and get the second chance in life you deserve on May 21 at Long Beach City College (PCC Campus). Great opportunity for the API community as language interpreters will be provided in Khmer and Tongan/Samoan. 



Click here to download the current schedule of Prop 47 justice resource fairs May - June.


Community Forum:

Prop 47 Town Hall Meetings

April 12 - May 12

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The Department of Public Social Services will have Eligibility staff at each of the remaining Town Halls providing on-site Medi-Cal and CalFresh enrollment assistance as well as additional information on the various DPSS programs.

En Español...

Troy Vaughn Elected LARRP Chair


Troy Vaughn, long time homeless and reentry service provider and President and CEO of Christ-Centered Ministries is the new LARRP Chair. He succeeds Mark Faucette, Amity Foundation, who has led LARRP since its inception in 2011. Faucette will become Vice Chair.


in the NEWS

Dorsey Nunn Receives Champion of Change Award From the White House

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children

April 27, 2016 by lspcadmin

LSPC executive director director Dorsey Nunn received a Champion of Change Award from the White House. He was among 10 people recognized for their work in “expanding fair chance opportunities.”



Program Could Help Ex-Cons Expunge Their Criminal Records

NBC Los Angeles

April 25, 2016 by John Cádiz Klemack

As part of National Re-entry Week, the DOJ announced the plan in 18 cities across the country. The celebration this week is dedicated to those who have paid their debt to society and opens the door for substantive opportunities beyond the prison gates.



Getting a Finger on the Pulse with Rev. Troy Vaughn: Facing the Reentry Challenge with Clarity

Justice Not Jails 

April 24, 2016 by Peter Laarman 

We are at a critical time in our County’s history. Never before have there been so many resources dedicated to improving reentry supportive services in Los Angeles County. And never before have so many minds and eyes been focused on this policy area.



Be Part of California’s Shift to Smart Justice


April 19, 2016 by ACLU 

In passing Prop 47, voters sent a strong message that it’s time for California to shift gears from the expensive, one-size-fits-all approach of incarceration toward smarter approaches to crime prevention, specifically including treatment for underlying issues like addiction and mental illness.



Nonprofit Dedicated to Helping Low-Income, Homeless Clients in Job Search

Life Connected 

April 16, 2016 by Angie Crouch

Nonprofit organization Chrysalis helped former drug addict and convict Trinidad Ramirez transition out of poverty.



L.A., planning for future growth, seeks a major update of its neighborhood plans

Los Angeles Times 

April 13, 2016 by David Zahniser

Garcetti said his proposal is not a response to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which has drafted a ballot proposal for March 2017 that would impose a two-year moratorium on most large-scale developments. But he said the initiative would address a key complaint from that group: that far too many of the planning documents that determine how neighborhoods should develop are out of date.



Advocates Challenge Law Enforcement on How Prop. 47 Savings Should Be Spent

New American Media 

April 4, 2016 by Anna Challet 

California’s Proposition 47 stands to save the state millions of dollars due to reductions in jail and prison populations. The bulk of the savings are to be directed to mental health and substance abuse treatment, but some advocates don’t want law enforcement to be able to access funds for programs run in jails.



California prison reform didn't cause crime increase, study finds


February 18, 2016, by Rena Palta

A large-scale study by researchers from major California universities found the state's prison downsizing efforts have had little to no impact on the crime rate, despite anecdotal complaints from some law enforcement leaders.


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LARRP has over 350 member organizations from the public, community and faith-based sectors. 

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