13 September NERC Staff and Residents Join Director at Cleveland City Club September 13, 2018 By ODRC Institutions, Northeast Reintegration Center (NERC) NERC, Gary Mohr, Cleveland City Club, Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries, Cleveland Browns, Recidivism, Warden Harris, Cynthia Mausser, Todd Ishee, Brian Evans, Jeff Bertram 0 Director Gary Mohr was honored with an invitation to speak at the Cleveland City Club. The event was sponsored by Community Partner Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries and the Cleveland Browns, both of whom have made a commitment to Director Mohr and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction to assist our agency in it recidivism reduction efforts. Director Mohr stated “I’m very excited to have the Cleveland Browns on board to help us in tackling the issues that need addressed in Criminal Justice and prison reform in Ohio”. Attending in support of Director Mohr were Ohio Parole Board Chairwoman Cynthia Mausser, NE Regional Director Todd Ishee, NERC Warden Brande Harris, Deputy Warden Brian Evans, Warden’s Assistant Jeff Bertram, and two NERC residents who are participants in the LMM Chopping for Change Program. All of the ODRC attendees paused for a photo with Cleveland Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam and his wife Dee Haslam. Related NERC Staff Engage Residents on Volleyball Court Director and NE Regional Director Congratulated Employee at NERC NERC Residents Speak to Cleveland Area High School Girls NERC Welcomes Interim Director Hudson and Warden Bracy NERC Staff Anticipate World Series Success Director Awards NERC's Jim Monyak ODRC Employee of the Year 2017 Comments are closed.