Before the 1970s, state restorative offices were overseen by the Washington Department of Institutions. Representative Daniel J. Evans solidified the Department of Institutions, Department of Open Help and Professional Recovery, and other related departments into the Washington State Department of Social and Wellbeing Administrations (DSHS) during the 1970s.
On July 1, 1981, the Washington State Lawmaking body moved the organization of grown-up restorative institutions from the Washington State Department of Social and Wellbeing Administrations, Division of Grown-up Corrections to the recently made Washington State Department of Corrections as a component of the 1981 Corrections Change Act.
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