Oregon Voices works with many state, local and national organizations advocating for effective criminal justice policies that promote fairness and a better quality of life for everyone. While Oregon Voices provides advocacy, support and legislative information specifically to those on the registry, the largest criminal justice advocacy group with a wide range of resources for people reentering their communities after incarceration is Oregon CURE (Citizens United For Rehabilitation of Errants). CURE’s mission is to support the incarcerated, their families and friends by advocating for effective criminal justice policies and practices. CURE provides information and resources for food, housing, employment, support groups, healthcare, addiction treatment, and others. These services are basic to all formerly incarcerated people reentering their communities.
Contact Oregon Voices at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to share information about your experience in contacting community service providers in Oregon, especially if you experience obstacles to accessing basic services due to your status as a current or former registrant.