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Beaverton Support Group Features Guest Speaker

The Beaverton, Oregon CURE group will meet on Wednesday July 2, 2014 in Meeting Room A in the Beaverton City Library. We have the room from 5:30 to 8:30 pm and our guest speaker will be Dawnell Meyer who is the DOC Administrator of Education and Training. We know the wheels of progress move slowly … Continue reading

Prison Newsletters!

Please take a moment and review our latest section on our site – Prison Newsletters.  We are very excited to be receiving this information from the Dome Building at the same time that the Institutions do.  Oregon CURE is now on the Department of Corrections email list. Most of these newsletters are published weekly, so … Continue reading

Join Us for an Evening with Colette Peters

October 2, 2013 is the Annual Meeting for the Oregon Chapter of CURE.  As we have mentioned in our newsletters and support groups, all current Oregon CURE members are invited to attend this special event at the Beaverton Library, Meeting Room A.  Setup will take place promptly at 5:30 with the event beginning at 6:00. … Continue reading

Beaverton Support Group to Host DOC Education and Training Administrator

Mark your calendars because you don’t want to miss this opportunity. Dawnell Meyer will be our featured guest speaker at the September 4th Beaverton Support Group Meeting.  Dawnell is the current Education and Training Administrator for the Oregon Department of Corrections.  She will be covering current educational programs offered at various institutions throughout the state.  Oregon … Continue reading

Change for the Better!

Oregon CURE recently met with Colette Peters, the Director of the Oregon DOC and Mike Gower, Assistant Director / Operations.  The DOC is in the process of changing the terminology used to describe our loved ones in prison.  For years, people in prison have been labeled “inmate” which is not a description that is used … Continue reading

Inspector General Hot Line

The prison experience can be traumatic and frightening.  If your loved one is being extorted or is fearful for their safety, you may want to discuss contacting the Inspector General’s hot line.  Although we may have concerns that there will be recriminations or possibly a negative outcome, you may want to weigh the issue and … Continue reading

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