March 23 Meeting

Agenda Welcome and Introductions Mary Lou Brnick, Director, David’s Hope: “David’s Hope is a 501c3 nonprofit organization created in 2009. Reducing incarceration and promoting treatment for those with mental illness and addictions in Arizona and across the nation is our vision. In order to accomplish our work, it is important that both mental health and

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Ban the box for exfelons in Arizona

Ban The Box

On February 16, CCRC sent an email to selected members of the State Legislature expressing our support for an amendment to SB 1069. This amendment was introduced by State Rep. Martin Quezada (D-LD 29) to add a “Ban the Box” provision and allow Arizona to join 15 other States with this provision. As you know,

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Upcoming Meeting – Feb 23

Agenda Welcome and Introductions Rachel Beaty, Education and Outreach Specialist, Southwest Fair Housing Council: Rachel will provide us an overview of recent guidance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) centering on the applications of Fair Housing Act standards to the use of criminal records by providers of housing and real estate-related

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Goodwill – Workshop on Job interviews

Job Connection – Free Workshop TOPIC: INTERVIEWING Gain insight into the interview process and receive valuable feedback, on your strengths and areas of improvement. Be prepared, perfect your elevator speech, and interview skills. WHEN: Tuesday September 1st WHERE: Goodwill 2105 E. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista RSVP 520-895-5993 1 Interviewing Workshop SV Email Flyer

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Loved ones of the Incarcerated Meeting

​An Information Presentation. ​ Mr. Ed Gilligan, ​Director A​dult P​robation, Cochise County will address Loved Ones Of The Incarcerated Support Group Location: St. Andrews Parish Center, rooms #6 & 7​ Date: Tuesday, ​May 12th, 5:30pm Friends and families of loved ones in the criminal justice system are invited to attend presentation to learn how to support

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NAMI March for Mental Health

A Partner company, NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness is announcing a March for Mental Health. Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Former Apache Middle School, 3305 E. Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista Registration: 7:00-8:00a.m. Program begins: 8:15a.m. March begins: 8:30a.m. Register online Today at www.marchformentalhealth.org Registering online helps others donate to your team page!

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