Expungement Clinics

Clean Slate Clackamas

Clean Slate Clackamas clinic is  offering free legal services to people in the Clackamas County area seeing criminal record expungements. 

The clinic aims to help all our community members reduce barriers to employment, housing, and education that keep our community from enjoying the benefit of full participation and a clean slate forward.

Pre-eligibility screening is highly recommended; limited walk-in appointments are available.  Note that eligibility screenings are taking up to 5 days to send out – but know we did receive your application and working through the list as quickly as possible.

If you have questions or need more information, please contact expungement@clackamasworkforce.org

Clean Slate Pop Up Clinic: Siletz Community Health Clinic

Join us at 200 Gwee Shut Rd, Siletz, OR 97380 for a one day pop up clinic, serving the Siletz Tribal Community. If you have questions, please contact 

Kelley Ellis, Self Sufficiency Coordinator, Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

Hope to see you there! 

Clinic Dates & Information

Dates: April 8, May 13 and June 10th, 2024

Location: Clackamas County Children, Family & Community Connections (CFCC)  – 108 11th St, Oregon City OR 97045

Clinic Hours: 2nd Monday of the month from 2:00pm – 6:00pm. 

Services available include: Criminal Expungements, Name Change Applications, Gender Marker Change Applications & Eviction Expungement; referrals for juvenile records and SB819 applications

Mission & Vision

The Clean Slate Clackamas Project aims to increase access to justice, education, and career training, and to address the lasting impacts of incarceration and experiences with the legal system (which disproportionality impact those in the BIPOC community and other historically marginalized populations.) It is our goal to help community members throughout Clackamas County reduce barriers to employment, housing, and education, and achieve personal and economic stability. 

All of our legal services are free and accessible to everyone in the Clackamas area (though filing fees may apply). DACA renewals, housing & immigration court navigation, legal name and gender-marker changes are available through our partner program the PCC CLEAR Clinic

How to get involved

Are you a skilled lawyer with experience in expungement cases?

Clean Slate Clackamas is seeking dedicated legal professionals to volunteer to be part of our team in helping individuals clear their criminal records and move forward with confidence.

As a volunteer lawyer, you’ll have the opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of those seeking a fresh start. Our sessions run from 2pm to 6pm, with 30 minutes dedicated to setup and cleanup. Your expertise in expungement law can provide invaluable assistance to those in need, offering guidance and support as they navigate the pro se legal process.

Join us in empowering individuals to rebuild their futures.

Contact Amanda Wall at amanda.wall@clackamasworkforce.org for more information, to volunteer your time, or join us with a table of materials for the community.

Wrap Around Support Opportunities

Clean Slate Clackamas welcomes all providers from the workforce system to join our monthly clinics. Tables are available for providers to offer wrap-around support to participants awaiting expungement services.

By joining our clinics, you’ll play a vital role and access to assisting individuals with services like housing, education, voter registration, eligibility screening for services and benefits, as well as workforce training. Your expertise and support will help participants navigate various aspects of their lives, ensuring they have the resources and guidance needed to thrive beyond expungement. Make a meaningful impact by joining us in empowering individuals to build brighter futures. Interested? Contact Amanda Wall at amanda.wall@clackamasworkforce.org for a spot!

Service Disclaimer

We are only able to access your Oregon county circuit court records. Your analysis may be different if you have had cases:

  • That were expunged in the last 7 years (these no longer show up in the court system);
  • That are from states outside of Oregon within the last 7 years;
  • That are from federal court within the last 7 years; or
  • That are from local municipal or city courts (for example, Beaverton municipal court) within the last 7 years.
  • For which you are still on court supervision.
  • Please let me know if any of the above apply to you, and we will update your analysis.