Seven grantees were included in the Cross Site Evaluation of the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Fiscal Year 2011 Second Chance Act Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration Projects.
Reentry - Skills Building
Second Chance Act Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration Projects: Collaboration and Reentry Partnerships (2018)
An Evaluation of Seven Second Chance Act Adult Demonstration Programs: Impact Findings at 18 Months (2017)
National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women (NCDBW) (Philadelphia, PA).
U.S. Bureau of Prisons (Washington, DC).
Roadmap to Reentry: Reducing Recidivism through Reentry Reforms at the Federal Bureau of Prisons (2016)
U.S. Department of Justice (Washington, DC).
The Roadmap to Reentry identifies five evidence-based principles guiding federal efforts to improve the correctional practices and programs that govern the lives of those who will reenter society after incarceration.
Second Chance Act Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration Programs: Implementation Challenges and Lessons Learned (2015)
Lindquist, Christine, Willison, Janeen Buck, Rossman, Shelli, Walters, Jennifer Hardison, and Lattimore, Pamela K. National Association of Counties (NACo) (Washington, DC).
Breaking the Cycle of Incarceration: Strategies for Successful Reentry Final Report for Labyrinth Outreach Services for Women (2015)
Moe, Carolyn, Brian Titzler, Melissa Johnson-Gross, Darek Conley, Emily Blankenberger, Kirk Richardson, Bethan Owen, Caleb Griffen, Andrew Kuka, George Stanton, Lauren Troxtel, Eliu Uresti,John Thornburg, John; Nicholas Anthony Canfield, Patricia Longwood, Jessica Linder, and Amanda Britenstein.I
Denney, Andrew S., Richard Tewkbury, and Richard S. Jones.
Alaska Department of Corrections (Anchorage, AK).
A resource manual to assist reentry service providers with accessing information about services available across Ohio for people returning home from a period of incarceration.
Thinking for a Change 4.0 (T4C) is an integrated cognitive behavioral change program used in corrections. T4C has 25 lessons.