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Office of Diversion & Reentry

The Office of Diversion and Reentry (ODR) was created in September 2015 by the Board of Supervisors. Its mission is to develop and implement county-wide criminal justice diversion for persons with mental and/or substance use disorders, to provide reentry support services based on individual’s needs, and to reduce youth involvement with the justice system.

Reports, Research, & Media

Los Angeles County’s Office of Diversion and Reentry Expands Community-Based Supportive Housing to Divert Sick People from Jail

Los Angeles County’s Office of Diversion and Reentry Expands Community-Based Supportive Housing to Divert Sick People from Jail 150 150 OFFICE OF DIVERSION AND REENTRY

Hundreds more individuals with complex behavioral health needs will be diverted from jail into supportive housing, due to a new expansion of an acclaimed housing program run by the LA County Department of Health Services.

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Newsletters

Newsletters 150 150 OFFICE OF DIVERSION AND REENTRY

ODR Diversions Fall Newsletter 2022 ODR Diversions Summer Newsletter 2022

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Press Releases

Press Releases 150 150 OFFICE OF DIVERSION AND REENTRY

Press ReleasesLos Angeles County’s Office of Diversion and Reentry Expands Community-Based Supportive Housing to Divert Sick People from Jail October 4, 2022 — Hundreds more individuals with complex behavioral health needs will be diverted from jail into supportive housing, due to a new expansion of an acclaimed housing program run by the LA County Department…

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