Please join us at the Harlem Community Justice Center to celebrate the 36 men and women who will be graduating from the Harlem Parole Reentry Court and the Upper Manhattan Reentry Task Forces’ Collaborative Case Management program. The graduates will be honored by their families, peers, parole officers, clinical staff, reentry court judge, and the larger community for their many, many accomplishments upon their return from incarceration 6 months ago.
When: Thursday, June 7, 2012, 6pm-8pm
Where: Harlem Community Justice Center, 170 E. 121 Street., 3rd Floor
A buffet dinner will be held after the event at the Elmendorf Church across the street from the Justice Center.
Please RSVP to Mander Best at email@example.com .
We hope you will join us!
The Harlem Parole Reentry Court and the Upper Manhattan Reentry Task Force’s Collaborative Case Management Program are designed to facilitate the transition from confinement to life in the community for individuals on parole returning to the neighborhoods of East and Central Harlem and to reduce reoffending and parole violations. The projects are a collaboration of The Division of Corrections and Community Supervision, the Department of Criminal Justice Services and the Center for Court Innovation. The programs rely upon the combination of comprehensive pre-release assessments, intensive case management, linkages to on-site and community-based social services, judicial monitoring, parole supervision, and a multi-disciplinary team approach to confront the most critical issues such as criminal thinking, familial disruption, substance abuse and unemployment that, if left unaddressed, often lead to reoffending behavior.