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Denver’s Turn A New Leaf Program

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For decades, the war on drugs has had a significant impact on our City, with a disproportionate impact on distinct communities within our City.  Even today, a low-level marijuana possession offense can negatively affect many areas of a person’s life, including employment and education opportunities, qualification for government benefits and programs, ability to travel, and immigration status proceedings. As a part of Denver’s mission to promote equity and with the help of community partners and social justice advocates, Mayor Hancock, the Department of Excise and Licenses, the Denver City Attorney’s Office, and the Denver District Attorney’s Office have created the “Turn Over a New Leaf” Program. As part of the program, people can now request to vacate and seal certain low-level marijuana convictions obtained in Denver before legalization. Anyone interested in applying can do so online or in person at one of four clinics. To learn more about the program and eligibility, visit the website or email newleaf@denvergov.org with questions.

Turn Over a New Leaf Clinic’s dates and times:

 

Saturday, February 9
9:00am-1:00pm
Denver Conflict Center
4140 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
Sunday, February 24
1:00pm-5:00pm
Denver Park Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church
3385 Albion Street
Denver, CO 80207
Wednesday, March 6
5:00pm-8:00pm
Servicios de la Raza
3131 W 14th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
Thursday, March 21
9:00am-1:00pm
Cultivated Synergy
2901 Walnut Street
Denver, CO 80205

Please note:

  • We have Spanish interpreters available;
  • Child care will be provided at the clinics;
  • 10$ discount to and from clinic locations with Lyft code NEWLEAF19.

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