Committee Charter

The Faith Based Reentry Services Committee supports providers of reentry services in Los Angeles County that self identify as "faith-based."  Support is defined as identifying and developing core competencies that would enable clergy and congregatons to leverage existing faith-based assets and resources to address needs of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, their families, and their communities.

Committee Goals


Increase the involvement of the Faith-Based community in the reintegration of formerly incarcerated people by:

  1. Identifing interested faith-based organizations throughout Los Angeles County 
  2. Recruiting additional faith-based organizations to expand geographic scope
  3. Conducting a quarterly conference focused on leading practices for FBO  

      involvement in reentry

  1. Implementing pilot reentry programs, and evaluating their effectiveness in order to

      replicate these programs in future years


Committee meetings

Monday, February 25
Monday, March 18
Monday, April 15
Monday, May 20
Monday June 17
2 - 4 p.m.
LAM Office/ Day Reporting Center
5801 S. San Pedro Street,
Los Angeles, CA. 90011

For additional information contact
Cheryl Branch at

Fast facts

Los Angeles County jails average approximately 19,500 inmates. 10,000 of these have not yet been tried