Supporting Formerly Incarcerated, Homeless Oregonians at High Risk of Recidivating

Practice Area: Diversion and Reentry Scope: County Location: OR Status: Closed

Project Overview

Third Sector supported a Lane County partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development & U.S. Department of Justice in the first Permanent Supportive Housing project in the county to help formerly incarcerated, homeless Oregonians who are at high risk of recidivating. Led by Homes for Good Housing Agency, Sponsors, Inc. and Lane County Parole and Probation, The Way Home will serve 125 Oregonians struggling with homelessness over the next few years.

Practice area:

Diversion and Reentry

Third Sector works with our government agencies and communities to shift our criminal-legal system toward diversion and community-based models that make housing and support services more accessible to all.
Project NameScopeLocationStatus
Designing a Resource Center for Justice-Involved Individuals in OklahomaStateOKClosed
Third Sector partnered with ProsperOK to design and launch JusticeLink, a free community center for justice-involved Oklahomans who need assistance navigating the criminal-legal system as they reenter their communities. The new center streamlines and simplifies the many services available to people dealing with criminal cases.
Designing a More Equitable and Youth-Centered Contracting Function for the Newly Formed Department of Youth DevelopmentCountyCAClosed
Third Sector partnered with The W. Haywood Burns Institute and the LA County Chief Executive Office to establish the county’s Department of Youth Development (DYD). DYD sets more responsive and equitable ways for the county to deploy funding and resources to community-based prevention and support services for youth at risk, currently engaged, or previously involved with the criminal-legal system.
Practice Area Managing Director, Diversion & Reentry