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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.

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Join us as an official member of LARRP

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

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Employment

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!

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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

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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 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.

The Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) is the only countywide network of reentry focused non-profit organizations, public agencies, and advocates that works 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.

Since 2011, LARRP has been building a locally rooted reentry movement to advance positive change for millions of formerly incarcerated and convicted (FIC) Angelinos and build public will for greater equity in the criminal justice system. Since inception, LARRP has worked tirelessly to increase funding for housing, health, and social services for the FIC people and those who serve them.