Community Resources for Justice recently released its 2020 annual report, offering highlights from the previous year’s successes and milestones in delivering top-quality services that support individuals to thrive in their communities and advance smart, data-driven criminal justice policies.
This year’s report features a tribute to CRJ President and CEO John Larivee, who retired in August after 46 years with the organization, and a welcome to his successor, Deb O’Brien, who brings 25 years of experience working to improve the lives of at-risk individuals, most recently as President and Chief Operating Officer at The Providence Center in Providence, Rhode Island. The report also includes information on how CRJ has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic across all its programs to continue serving those who depend on us during this extraordinary and challenging time.
The annual report also includes updated financial information from fiscal year 2020 and a list of the organization’s generous supporters.
Click here to read the report.