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Multnomah County Orientation
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An Orientation to Post-Prison Supervision in Multnomah County

 
Is someone you know releasing from state prison to Multnomah County?
Start on the Road to Success!
 
Presented Jointly by Multnomah County Community Justice and Oregon CURE
WHERE:    Multnomah County, Multnomah Building
                    501 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
                    First Floor Board Room
                    Portland, Oregon
 
WHEN:      2005 Orientations are held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
 
                              May 26                September 22  
                              June 23                October 27  
                              July 28                 November 18  
                              August 25             December 9
 
There is no need to register for the orientation.
 
WHY:   This orientation is for families and friends of incarcerated people who are scheduled for release within the next six months. It will provide an opportunity to get questions answered. Working in partnership with your loved one and Multnomah County Community Justice to make the best use of this time will benefit your loved one, you and the community.
 
LEARN ABOUT:     
Orientation is designed to assist friends and family members understand the goals and requirements of Parole/Post-Prison Supervision including:
  • What happens on the day of release from an institution
  • Review conditions of supervision
  • Successful integration into the community and how you can help
  • Community resources and referrals
  • Multnomah County Parole and Probation Officers will be available to answer your questions
 
Who or what is Oregon CURE?
 
A non-profit organization of inmates’ family members and friends…
who advocate for fair and effective corrections´ policies and practices…
who have been there – angry, sad, confused, scared and wondering what now.
 
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS AND HAVE THEM ANSWERED!
If you have questions or need more info, please call us,
Department of Community Justice, Transition Services Unit
 (503) 988-3081 x 27304

Please feel free to join us on any of the dates listed above.
We look forward to seeing you in 2005!