The Milwaukee Reentry Council is a community-facilitated, reentry committee created by the Milwaukee Community Justice Council in late 2016. The Reentry Council is comprised of multi-sector entities and reentry advocates working together to better serve populations reentering the community from periods of incarceration (both jail and prison).
Purpose: The purpose of the Milwaukee Reentry Council is to reduce recidivism in Milwaukee by 50% within 5 years, by broadening and deepening community engagement and commitment to this work.
4th Wednesday of the month at 2:00pm, Varied locations.
(Note: meetings are subject to change)
Conor Williams, Public Policy Institute, Community Advocates
Get Involved in a Task Force:
Reentry Healthcare - Jeff Morzinski (Medical College of Wisconsin)
Reentry Housing - Julie Kerksick (Public Policy Institute, Community Advocates)
Reducing Revocations - Dr. Thomas Moore (MICAH)
Circles of Support - Conor Williams (Public Policy Institute, Community Advocates)
Reentry Resource Fairs -