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).
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. More details below.
(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)
"Home to Stay" Reentry Resource Fairs - John Thomas (Department of Workforce Development) - email@example.com