Mission of the JREC:

To promote public safety by identifying and implementing strategies that increase the well-being of justice-involved individuals within the community and reduces the likelihood of recidivism. 

JREC Celebrating International Mud Day!

By picking up trash in the ditch along 4-5 mile N. Douglas Highway.

All are invited to join the Juneau Reentry Coalition for this family-friendly fun. 


When: Saturday, June 29, 2019
Time: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. 
Where: Meet at the 4-mile, N. Douglas Hwy, ‘Juneau Reentry Coalition’ sign.


You are encouraged to wear your Xtratufs as the ditches are known to have standing water in them and it’s a little muddy!


Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT): A tool for a safer Juneau?

The Juneau Reentry Coalition (JREC) invites you to a community meeting to learn more about Medication-Assisted Treatment.  MAT is the use of FDA-approved medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. 


Wednesday, June 19, 2019,  6:00-7:30 p.m.


Egan Room in Centennial Hall, 101 Egan Drive

Please join us!

Alaska Crime Victim Survey!


If you or a loved one has been the victim of a crime in Alaska, the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission would like to hear from you.  Please click HERE to complete the survey.   To find out more about the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, click here to be directed to their home page.



Overcoming addiction and want to minimizing jail time?

At the JREC Community Meeting on April 17th, the Juneau Therapeutic Courts (JTC) program was the topic of discussion.  Michelle Delkettie, Program Manager, provided an overview of the JTC and the Juneau Coordinated Resources Project (CRP) programs. 

What is the Juneau Therapeutic Court?

“The Juneau Therapeutic Court is a court for misdemeanor or felony defendants who are charged with a DUI or refusal or have a history of alcohol-related offenses, and who want to overcome their addiction to alcohol and achieve lifetime sobriety.”

To find out more about the JTC and how they might help you or a loved one overcome addiction and minimize jail time visit their website here or download their pamphlet here

What is the Juneau Coordinated Resources Project?

“The CRP – also known as the Juneau Mental Health Court – is a voluntary “therapeutic” or “problem solving” court located within the Juneau District Court that hears cases involving individuals diagnosed with mental disabilities who are charged with misdemeanor offenses and focuses on their treatment and rehabilitation.”

To find out more about the CRP and how they might help you or a loved one navigate involvement with the court system with a misdemeanor charge and mental illness visit their website here or download their pamphlet here.


The 2019 JREC meeting schedule has been set! 

Steering Team meetings (blue shading) are monthly and Community meetings (green shading) are every other month.  All may attend any of the meetings.  Community meetings focus on reentry issues important to our community and Steering Team meetings focus on coalition governance.  Do you want more information about the 2019 meeting schedule or JREC events?  Send us an email at info@juneaureentry.org.

Juneau Reentry News


A Safer Juneau – the Pretrial Enforcement Division

Juneau officers, Pretrial Enforcment Div., at the JREC community meeting The Juneau Reentry Coalition’s mission statement includes, “to promote public safety”.  At JREC’s October 17, 2018 meeting we learned that is exactly what Alaska’s new Pretrial Enforcement Division (PED) is about.  We support that. Leah Van Kirk, Southeast Pretrial Enforcement Supervisor, said that Pretrial Enforcement …

Investing in Creativity: Serving Alaska’s Incarcerated Artists

This winter the Alaska State Council on the Arts delivered professional artist business development training to artists incarcerated in the Juneau, Alaska Lemon Creek Correctional Center (LCCC). The four-day intensive training program marked the first time since our establishment in 1967 that we provided this service. The site-specific program, which served twenty-two participants, many of …