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Breaking update: John Foote v. State of Oregon

Clackamas County District Attorney John Foote is trying to block The Safety and Savings Act, and we need your help.

The Safety and Savings Act was a major victory for reform in Oregon. In passing the law, we prevented the opening of a second women’s prison, increased funding for victim services, and strengthened programs that address the root causes of crime.

This was a step in the right direction for public safety in Oregon but Clackamas County DA John […]

Welcome Aron and Beezie!

We’re thrilled to welcome two new people to our team!

Aron Klein, Program Associate and Beezie Burton, Crime Survivor Program Intern

As Program Associate, Aron will be one of our most front-facing staff, and you may see him representing PSJ at community events. In the office, he’s a core member of our team, supporting both the Development and Communications Programs as well as managing the office’s day-to-day administrative needs.

Aron joined us after volunteering with […]

Youth justice is on the line. Vote Yes on Measure 101 by 8pm tonight.

Justice for youth depends on healthcare for youth, and you have just a few hours left to vote Yes on Measure 101.

Justice-involved youth often have greater health needs than their counterparts. This can be due to the trauma that sometimes leads to or results from their incarceration.

Yes on Measure 101 protects children’s healthcare coverage so that Oregon kids have access to essential medical care and treatment. Click to find an official ballot box […]

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