Collaborating for Reentry Success

The Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) is a network of public, community and faith-based agencies and advocates working together to ensure that our reentry system meets the needs of our agencies, communities, and the people we serve, both in terms of capacity and public policy.


Join us as an official member of LARRP

Build power in the reentry community and secure access to critical reentry resources



Working to increase employment amongst the reentry population, resulting in greater stability, self-sufficiency, and an improved quality of life for the community at-large.

New jobs added daily!


LARRP Community Safety Committee

Build cohesive leadership and partnerships across sectors to shape and drive an agenda that specifically addresses the problems of pervasive gang and gun violence in Los Angeles County’s marginalized and underrepresented communities


Policy Updates and Actions

A Collective voice to:
* Remove Barriers to Reentry
* Reduce Incarceration Rates
* Eliminate Discrimination in the Justice System
* Develop a Robust Community Reentry System

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LARRP Committee Meetings

General Meeting

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm

Education Committee:

May 5, 2022,
4:00PM - 5:30 PM

Integrated Health:

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm


May 2, 2022
2:00 pm


May 2, 2022
2:00 pm

UC San Diego

Seeks a Research Engagement Manager

Extended Deadline: Mon 5/9/2022


Whole Systems Leaning

Looking for an Operations Manager and Outreach Intern

Program Manager for Holliday's Helping Hands


Ronnie's House Reentry Keys Summit Round-table

April 29th @ 10:00 AM

How to increase Mental Health Services for Justice Impacted Women and their families.



FREE ReEntry Seminar
MAY 7, 2022. 12 - 3 pm
This ReEntry Seminar is Reserved for all MEN & WOMEN released from incarceration & Currently on L.A. COUNTY, CITY, STATE or FEDERAL Parole or Probation.

RSVP NOW @ reentry030.network@gmail.com or (213) 866-8156 ASAP. Limited seats available due to Covid Protocols.

Location: Gwendolyn Cannon Training Village
5857 S. Central Ave Ste. 180 Los Angeles, Ca. 90011

Free Monthly Seminars. MORE INFO

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

Monday May 16th
The March will begin at 5pm PT and the Mass Assembly at 6pm

You are invited to join poor and low-income, directly impacted people, faith leaders, and moral advocates from California, Arizona, Oregon, Utah and Washington for the The Mass Poor People's & Low-Wage Workers' Assembly and Moral March on Washington and to the Polls


Upcoming Meetings  of the Probation Oversight Commission

  • Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Commission Meeting)
  • Thursday, May 26, 2022 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Commission Meeting)


Survey for Fair Chance Partners




Emergent Works - 1:1 Virtual Mentorship Program Applications are OPEN!

Starting May 23rd, 2022

We connect formerly incarcerated & justice-involved individuals with professional software engineers to build digital literacy skills and learn how to code. We hope to interrupt the prison cycle by creating pathways into high-paying jobs in technology for formerly incarcerated people. E.W is a safe learning space where you study HTML, CSS, and JavaScript via a 1-on-1 mentorship model with a dedicated mentor and community resources to support your journey.

If you know anyone interested in joining this cohort, please have them submit their applications HERE

CalAIM Guide for Justice-involved

The California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) Program is the state’s new plan for re-envisioning and reforming the Medi-Cal program that provides health and behavioral health services for nearly one in three Californians. CalAIM offers a unique and unprecedented opportunity to improve the quality of medical and behavioral health care for the most medically vulnerable and complex populations through a broad array of policy changes intended to align and improve services.

On January 1, 2023, justice-involved individuals who are released from custody and who experience homelessness, serious mental illness (SMI), substance use disorders (SUD), or medical co-morbidities will be for these services. Medi-Cal managed care plans (MCPs) will receive funding through DHCS and will be
responsible for administering key elements of the CalAIM program.



Funding dries up for program aimed at LA’s ‘sickest of the sick

KCRW, Hosted by Steve Chiotakis, May 09, 2022

There is a pathway for people suffering from mental health issues to get out of the jail population and into supportive housing. It’s through a 2015 program called ODR Housing from the Office of Diversion and Reentry.

ODR currently has 2,200 beds, which are occupied, but LA County has not provided funding for the program to expand. So ODR Housing has not been able to accept a new client in over a year.



El Camino College formerly incarcerated student program gets $160,000 grant

Daily Breeze, by Kristy Hutchings, May 9, 2022

El Camino is one of 59 colleges in the state to secure a Rising Scholars Network grant designed to support students who have been impacted by the criminal justice system.


Social Housing Report Outlines Path to Affordable Housing for All

Non Profit News/Nonprofit Quarterly, Steve Dubb, May 4, 2022



Gascón supporters, foes exchange barbs

The Signal of Santa Clarita Valley, May 3, 2022, by Caleb Lunetta

Quoted in the article:

From LARRP Partner Susan Burton: “I have worked with George Gascón to create better victim services to create better policies to not criminalize addiction and mental health and to just transform our criminal justice system,” said Burton. “I believe, along with all of you, that there’s a lot of work ahead of us. And I believe in George Gascón heading that work.”

From LARRP Co-founder and Steering Committee Member Lynne Lyman: “I’ve seen all these scare tactics before when the Drug Policy Alliance won treatment instead of incarceration at the ballot in 2001 or when we legalized cannabis in 2016,” said Lynne Lyman, a justice advocate working in L.A. County. “We heard the same: The sky is falling, the fear-mongering about drug addict criminals getting into our communities.”


How Sacramento’s mass shooting killed the myth of ‘tough-on-crime’ prosecutors

The Philadelphia Enquirer, by Will Bunch, Apr 7, 2022
A mass killing on the turf of an outspoken "tough-on-crime" DA shatters the myth that progressive prosecutors are the cause of rising homicides.




May 1, 2022
April was an incredibly busy month for our policy work and we are excited to share with you all of the vital work we have been engaged in!
Assembly Bill 2383: LARRP has officially signed on to co-sponsor Assembly Bill 2383, the Statewide Ban-the-Box Initiative, written by Assemblymember Reggie Jones Sawyer. We are working alongside the Anti-Recidivism Coalition on this bill which will ensure that there is a statewide “Ban-The-Box” initiative for housing applications.


The DA's Corner is a new feature in our monthly newsletter where we will some of the amazing new work happening in the DA's office. These policies and programs have direct benefits to our population and yet few know about what they are actually doing.  

The aim of  of the Community Safety Committee is to:

  • SEED change by identifying drivers of violence;
  • NURTURE the work by inclusively engaging a broad and diverse group of stakeholders in a balanced and democratic conversation about approaches to addressing violence;
  • HARVEST the fruit of the work by defining an approach to systems change that can be implemented, evaluated, and shared


LARRP Community Safety Committee Update

By Eve Lyman | April 30, 2022

WRITTEN BY JOE PAUL, LARRP Vice President of Network Partnerships & Government Relations In 2020, the death of George Floyd launched an unprecedented demand for policy reforms and transparency in law enforcement. Communities, citizens, and activists united in a strategic and sustained call to divert law enforcement funding toward community prevention and intervention programs. We…

Rest In Power: Our Friend and Colleague Joe Maizlish

By Eve Lyman | April 1, 2022

By Lynne Lyman, LARRP Co-Founder and Steering Committee Member I last spoke to Joe on a leisurely Saturday afternoon in early December, it was a lovely rambling conversation covering some of the pressing policy issues in the justice sector, as well as recounting significant early moments in each of our political awareness and justice work.…

Until All Of Us Are Safe, None Of Us Are Safe

By Eve Lyman | March 28, 2022

Healing in Action Last fall, LARRP announced the launch of its first Community Safety Committee. This committee is designed to understand both the upstream drivers and downstream consequence of violence in all of its forms. Its formation stemmed from a growing recognition that if we do not address the origins of criminality and violence, we…

Spotlight: Tapestry of Friendship with Mark Faucette

By Eve Lyman | February 1, 2022

Mark was at the table for LARRP’s inception, as they brainstormed how it would be possible, in a County as large as Los Angeles, to weave a tapestry of relationships and partnerships that could make a difference in the lives of individuals coming home from State Prison and Jail. Mark was also on the team…

LARRP Committee Meetings

Integrated Health:

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm

Education Committee:

May 5, 2022,
4:00PM - 5:30 PM

Integrated Health:

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm

Integrated Health:

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm

Integrated Health:

May 2, 2022
2:00 pm