Prosecutors and public defenders are traditionally at odds in the criminal justice system.  District Attorney General Russell Johnson and Public Defender Kim Nelson have a shared vision concerning the problems in their community and are overcoming traditional barriers to form strong relationships with local non-profit service providers and the faith-based community to bridge gaps in services for those affected by the opioid epidemic. Charlene Hipsher and Phillip Martin have a history of working with non-profits and the faith-based community.

Align9 was established to serve the community through government agencies, non-government organizations and the faith-based community. Align 9 identifies gaps in services and applies for grants to develop programs and services which empower non-profits and the faith-based community to build stronger communities in the areas of prevention, treatment, recovery, rehabilitation and enforcement. 

Russell Johnson

Kim Nelson

Phillip Martin

Charlene Hipsher

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Prosecutors and public defenders are traditionally at odds in the criminal justice system.  District Attorney General Russell Johnson and Public Defender Kim Nelson have a shared vision concerning the problems in their community and are overcoming traditional barriers to form strong relationships with local non-profit service providers and the faith-based community to bridge gaps in services for those affected by the opioid epidemic. Charlene Hipsher and Phillip Martin have a history of working with non-profits and the faith-based community.

Align9 was established to serve the community through government agencies, non-government organizations and the faith-based community. Align 9 identifies gaps in services and applies for grants to develop programs and services which empower non-profits and the faith-based community to build stronger communities in the areas of prevention, treatment, recovery, rehabilitation and enforcement.

Russell Johnson

Kim Nelson

Phillip Martin

Charlene Hipsher

Prosecutors and public defenders are traditionally at odds in the criminal justice system.  District Attorney General Russell Johnson and Public Defender Kim Nelson have a shared vision concerning the problems in their community and are overcoming traditional barriers to form strong relationships with local non-profit service providers and the faith-based community to bridge gaps in services for those affected by the opioid epidemic. Charlene Hipsher and Phillip Martin have a history of working with non-profits and the faith-based community.

Align9 was established to serve the community through government agencies, non-government organizations and the faith-based community. Align 9 identifies gaps in services and applies for grants to develop programs and services which empower non-profits and the faith-based community to build stronger communities in the areas of prevention, treatment, recovery, rehabilitation and enforcement.

Russell Johnson

Kim Nelson

Phillip Martin

Charlene Hipsher

At Align9 we know you want to make a difference in your community!

Your Friends
Your Church
Receive Newsletter