Community Partners Reinvestment Project (CPR)
COMMUNITY PARTNERS REINVESTMENT PROJECT (CPR)
a public safety improvement program
About Our Program
The Community Partners Reinvestment Project (CPR) is a collaborative transition program that increases public safety by meeting the unique developmental and transitional needs of for young people ages 18 to 25 who are returning to the community after incarceration.
The mission is to provide guidance and comprehensive support to the men and women and their families enrolled in the program and to facilitate a successful re-entry back into society. The program works to reduce the rate of relapse and recidivism, increase the rate of job retention, and improve the quality of life while enhancing the safety of our neighborhoods and our communities.
Read the 2010 CPR Outcome Report here
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Collaboration Partners and Funding
Read Success Stories
Download the 2011 CPR Program Fact Sheet here
See what the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is saying about CPR
A CPR Success Story
Brian (pictured at left) benefited from CPR’s cognitive therapy and alcohol and drug treatment before and after his release from the Oregon State Penitentiary. With support from his counselors and parole officer, he earned his GED, attended the Northwest College of Construction and completed an apprenticeship program. The result ‐ a $20/hr union job to support his family. CPR helped with parenting classes; rent, clothing, and furniture assistance.
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For additional information on the Community Partners Reinvestment Program, please email Gayleen Williams at email@example.com or phone (503) 595.3477 ext 4.