The United States Attorney’s Office recognizes the importance of prevention and education. As West Virginia continues to lead the nation in drug overdose deaths, intervention and prevention are vital to change that statistic. And while the U.S. Attorney’s Office works diligently every day to prosecute those in violation of the law, we are also committed to helping those reentering society after incarceration. Helping those navigate reentry successfully reduces recidivism and ultimately keeps our communities safer.
The United States Attorney’s Office is committed to the communities we serve, offering a variety of prevention tools and presentations regarding the drug epidemic, social media, cyberbullying, and human trafficking. We also participate in events such as "National Night Out" and "Meet and Greet the Safety Fleet," as well as offering mentoring and fun for the students at Madison Elementary School in Wheeling, our Partner in Education.
- Partners in Education
- National Night Out
- School presentations
- Community presentations
- Project Purple
- Meet and Greet the Safety Fleet
To learn more about our office and our community outreach efforts, view our Community Outreach Brochure.
Public Affairs and Community Outreach Specialist
The U.S. Attorney’s Office recognizes the importance of educating our communities and helping those reentering society from incarceration. We offer support, education, assistance and guidance to those who want to succeed after prison. We also work with the community to encourage support by ways of housing, employment and transportation.
To learn more about our reentry efforts, contact:
Reentry Coordinator and Community Outreach Specialist