INTERFAITH COALITION FOR JUSTICE IN OUR JAILS (ICJJ) NEWSLETTER ISSUE NO 8 | December 2022

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INTERFAITH COALITION FOR  JUSTICE IN OUR JAILS (ICJJ) NEWSLETTER ISSUE NO 8 | December 2022

Download the PDF version here: ISSUE NO 8 | December 2022

ICJJ Accomplishments and Challenges, Fall 2022

Mission Statement

The ICJJ seeks to reduce incarceration as a response to social problems in Alameda County, California, and to decrease harmful conditions in the jail. We advocate to decrease the number of those imprisoned and close the revolving door to jail — especially for those with mental health or housing needs. The jail must be safe, humane, and supportive of successful reentry into our communities.

Contents:

Medi-Cal Enrollment Working Group

Mental Health Working Group

ICJJ-hosted October 13, 2022, Gathering of Clergy and People of Faith

New Sheriff for Alameda County: New policies and new practices?

District 3 Supervisor Forum

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