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Justice Resource Center Logo JUSTICE RESOURCE CENTER

A Place Of Opportunity

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Why It Matters

Involvement in the criminal justice system can carry lifelong impacts on the health, safety, and well-being of individuals, families and neighborhoods. Many individuals with justice involvement are also impacted by poverty, trauma, mental illness and/or substance abuse.


The JRC serves individuals who are justice involved; directly and indirectly. Our highly trained and skilled staff meet the complex needs of individuals by offering assertive case management and seamless linkage to care. It is our goal to increase public safety and reduce recidivism.


Increase public safety by reducing individual criminal justice involvement through addressing issues directly related to an individual's likelihood to re-offend and commit another crime.


  • Ensure accountability while addressing issues that lead to criminal behavior and activity.
  • Without duplication of services, bridge gaps in the existing community resources.
  • Create seamless linkages with systems that people navigate – including health care, housing, education, workforce, family services, law enforcement and the courts.
  • Take a holistic approach to facilitating individual, family, neighborhood, and community wellness.

What We Offer

Learn about our access to services, and more.

Currently Offered Courses

To enroll or for more information, please call 828-250-6401.

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Many Partners, One Location

We are a multi-agency access center, and onsite partners include: Buncombe County Health and Human Services; Pisgah Legal Services; and RHA Health Services.

Locate & Contact

Justice Resource Center


Justice Resource Center
60 Court Plaza, 14th Floor
Asheville, NC 28801
P. (828) 250-6401
F. (828) 250-6427
E. Email JRC

Mailing Address:
200 College Street, 3rd Floor
Asheville, NC 28801

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

  • Walk-ins are welcome or call (828) 250-6401 to schedule an appointment
  • People may also be referred through the courts, law enforcement, attorneys, community supervision and area service providers