Congratulations to our client, Jason, on his new job in warehousing! It’s always a pleasure to see our clients when they come back to visit.
Thank you to all local service providers who attended NJRC’s breakfast at El Especialito in Union City yesterday, in preparation for our upcoming Hispanic Health, Culture, and Reentry Fair on October 21. Your support and compassion for the community will help make the fair great. A special thank you to Antonio Ibarría,
Our Executive Director, John Koufos, and Chairman, Jim McGreevey, were invited to the New Jersey State NAACP‘s Annual Conference this past weekend, October 6-7. John moderated the expungement panel, and Jim presented during the reentry panel. Also in attendance from NJRC were William Lim, General Counsel/Legal Services Coordinator, and Dr. Marie Pryor, Program Analyst. We extend
It was great to see our client, Kywon, who stopped by our Jersey City office to say hello. He came through our program in the spring and landed a job in the summer with the city, where he is employed as a sanitation worker. He said, “The program is great.
By KATHARINE Q. SEELYEOCT. 7, 2017 CONCORD, N.H. — In the state morgue here, in the industrial maze of a hospital basement, Dr. Thomas A. Andrew was slicing through the lung of a 36-year-old woman when white foam seeped out onto the autopsy table. Foam in the lungs is a
Today, NJRC hosted a roundtable discussion, “Healthcare for Reentering Persons,” with members of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, NJ Department of Human Services, medical experts in addiction treatment, infectious disease, and emergency medical care from Jersey City Medical Center, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and NJRC clients.
Photos from a teaching practicum with Hudson County advocates who are working for and with Hudson County Superior Court to advocate on behalf of children with incarcerated parents or children facing incarceration. Pictured from left to right: Superior Court Judge Lourdes Santiago, Executive Director Beverly Savage, Hudson County CASA (Court
Thank you to Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp for inviting NJRC’s Chairman, Jim McGreevey, to the Morristown Jewish Center -Beit Yisrael to address the opioid and heroin epidemic on Sunday morning, Sept. 17. Joining him in presenting on this topic and pictured from left were Thomas Zelante, Morris County First Assistant Prosecutor; Brad Seabury,