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Support Group Name Change

The Hillsboro Support Group recently moved their meeting location.  Since the new location is in Beaverton, the group has decided to update their name to Beaverton Latinos Support Group.  We have updated the Community Resource Brochure to reflect this name and location change. The Beaverton Latinos Support Group meets on the first monday of every … Continue reading

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

Reminder – Beaverton Support Group and DOC Intake Meeting is Tonight

Please be advised the next Oregon CURE meeting will be held at the Beaverton City Library on June 4, 2014 in Meeting Room A. The DOC / CURE Intake meeting will be held from 5:30pm to 7:00pm The Beaverton CURE Support group will be held from 7:00 pm to 8:30pm. We hope all is well with … Continue reading

Hillsboro Support Group – has Moved!

The Hillsboro Support Group has relocated from the Washington Street Conference center in Hillsboro to the Community Room at the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Station #67: 13810 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton 97005 (just a mile west of the Beaverton Library, between Cedar Hills Blvd and Murray Road).  This is a Spanish/English bilingual support group. The … Continue reading

April Beaverton Support Group Meeting

We were not able to get a room at the Beaverton City Library for the April Meeting. We were however, able to get a room at the TVFR station #67 located at: 13810 S.W. Farmington Road, Beaverton, Oregon 97005 We will not have a guest speaker, however, we will meet for the support group only … Continue reading

Updates and Corrections

Please visit the Publications section and Orientations section for the latest version of our Community Resource Brochure.  We have made several updates since the beginning of the year and want to make sure that everyone has the latest and most correct information. Thank you sincerely for your support and participation in Oregon CURE.

November Washington Country Release Orientation Success Expected to Continue with December Intake Orientation Special Guest – Frank Thompson

Sometimes, a plan comes together!  Gretchen V, OR Cure President and Beaverton Support Group Facilitator, contacted several people to attend the Washington County Release Orientation – and they all attended the meeting and participated.  Presenters included 2 PO’s from Washington County, 4 people from DOC, (2 at the administrative level, 2 release managers), 2 mentors from … Continue reading

November Beaverton Support Group Meeting – Room Change

The conference room at the library opened up – on 11.6.13!  We will be meeting in the Cathy Stanton Conference Room from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm beginning with the Washington County Release Orientation from 5:30 to 7pm and ending with the support group from 7:00 pm to 8:30pm.  And you know – they will intermingle. We … 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

Beaverton Support Group Hosts DOC Guest Speaker

The Beaverton Support Group will meet on Wednesday, July 3 at the Beaverton City Library, Meeting Room A. Our guest speaker from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. will be Randy Geer, former Chief of Inmate Services at DOC; currently in the Offender Management and Rehabilitation Division. He has been with the department for 30 years and … Continue reading