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OFFICE OF REENTRY STAFF

Crystal Bryant, Director 

Fred Bolotin, Social Program Administrator 5

Katrice Williams, Program Officer 4 

Donnette Lewis, Secretary

Bonnie Thomas, Fiscal Officer 1   

Vikki Pope, Program Officer 3

Main Phone Number: (216) 698-3437 



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Health and Human Services 2017 Overview


Announcement: Temporary License Reinstatement Fee Amnesty Initiative! The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will implement a six-month driver’s license reinstatement fee debt reduction and waiver program, beginning January 31, 2019, thru July 31, 2019. The program allows individuals who have completed all court-ordered sanctions related to the eligible offense, and whose license has been suspended 18 months or more, to pay license reinstatement fees and restore their license. The program is not for reinstating a driver’s permit or commercial driver’s license. All other criteria must be met before the license reinstatement debt is reduced or waived. See more information at https://bmv.ohio.gov/susp-fees-amnesty.aspx.


About Us
The Office of Reentry is dedicated to reducing recidivism by following these five guiding principles as we firmly believe in the value of all residents within Cuyahoga County:
  • Increase public safety for the residents of Cuyahoga County 
  • Spark opportunity for reentrants that help both the individual and their family build a better future 
  • Ensure fair and equal access to services and opportunities 
  • Coordinate and convene reentry stakeholders 
  • Ensure sustainability of the reentry service delivery system 

Mission
The Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry’s mission is to remove the stigma and social burdens that challenge returning citizens by launching and sustaining a reentry movement that provides the full range of comprehensive services, support, and monitoring opportunities needed for a successful reintegration.

Vision
The Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry will be recognized as the leading model for a community-wide movement for reentry efficiency and effectiveness that addresses barriers, challenges, and policies that impedes successful reentry into the community.

Role
The Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry, under the auspices of the Department of Health and Human Services, exists to create an organizational structure that supports reentry research, community education, and best practices in the delivery of services for reentrants. The Office is designed to assist policy makers, community leaders, and service providers in identifying reentry challenges and convening such entities to work together to target resources and comprehensive and cost-effective solutions.

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