Partner Events (see recurring events below)

CFCI Advisory Committee Regular Meeting
  • June 1, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • June 15, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


50 Years and a Wakeup: Capping Maximum Sentences

Jun 8, 2023 12:30 PM

VERA Institute of Justice webinar


Summer Splash Service Connection

June 15, 2023, 11am-2pm
3965 Vermont Ave. 3rd Floor, LA, CA 90037

Join D.O.O.R.S Community Reentry Center - LA as we kick off summer, celebrate pride month & share amazing resources for you!


Civilian  Oversight Commission


  • Thursday, June 15 - Dollarhide Community Center
  • Thursday, July 20
  • Thursday, September 21


Black Voice News Block Party

June 16, 2023 at 6 PM

Come celebrate 50 years of service with Black Voice News at Black Voice News @ 50 Block Party + Community Conversation in partnership with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc - Mu Xi Lambda Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc - Eta Nu Omega Chapter and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc - San Bernardino-Riverside Area Alumnae Chapter as we launch the “Power of the Press: Black Voice News @ 50 Exhibit" at the San Bernardino County Museum


CCJBH Lived Experience Project Showcase

June 23, 2023, from 2:00-4:30 PM

As CCJBH's current Lived Experience Projects (LEP) come to a close, LEP contractors will reflect on their successes and challenges over the past three years. These efforts have supported local community-based organizations, each of which have been implementing unique projects that include individuals with lived experience to help reduce justice involvement of individuals with behavioral health needs.


Recurring Events

Court Relief for Criminal Records

Last Tuesday of Each Month
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Online with Skype

Did you know that applying for court relief may reduce the barriers of a criminal conviction and make it easier to obtain a job? Attendees of this Webinar will find out how Reductions of Charges, Expungements, and Certificates of Rehabilitation may increase their opportunities for employment and job licensing. They will learn the criteria to qualify, how to apply if eligible, and be provided resources in their community that can be helpful in their rehabilitative journey. In addition, a lawyer from the Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association will be present to answer questions and provide information on the free legal services they offer for eligible individuals. Offered on February 23rd. Registration required.


More info and register

Black Construction Workers Life Skills

Every Tuesday Starting September 6
6-7 pm

Given by, PDA Foundation
Southside Christian Church,
3947W. 104th Street, Inglewood, CA, 90303

More info: 310-910-0060

Legal Clinics hosted by the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) and the  D.O.O.R.S team
  • Expungement and Early Termination of Probation Workshop: Every 1st Wednesday of the Month at 1:00pm (More Info)
  • Citations/Tickers Workshop: Every 2nd Wednesday of the Month at 10:00am (More Info)
  • Fair Chance Hiring Workshop: Every 4th Wednesday of the Month at 1:00pm (More Info)

The legal clinics are open to existing/active D.O.O.R.S clients as well as any person who have been system impacted and are looking to connect to legal services at the reentry center. Please note if a client is on active probation, their DPO will be required to submit a RUU referral on their behalf in order to activate legal services. DPO’s are encouraged to submit the appropriate RUU referral concurrently with recommending attendance to the legal clinics.

Questions: Call D.O.O.R.S Center reception desk at 323-730-4442

D.O.O.R.S (Developing Opportunities And Offering Reentry Solutions)

Community Reentry Center Orientations


  • 9:00 AM IN PERSON
  • 2 PM-3 PM VIA ZOOM MEETING ID: 836-3062-3920 (No Password Required) CALL-IN NUMBER: 1-669-900-9128


Know Your Rights: Fair Chance Employment And Housing

Download English Flyer y En Español

LA Coalition for DA Justice and Accountability Meeting

Fourth Thursdays of the month,
4-6 PM