This report examines whether enrollment in Medicaid prior to release from prison succeeds in generating health insurance coverage after release.
This article discusses EPICS, Effective Practices in Community Supervision, and covers the four steps for face-to-face meetings with offenders.
This webinar explains how funds from Title IV of the Social Security Act, Part E can be used for programming in your agency.
This report explores the use of a video projector and quiet room for a addressing mental health in your supermax or administrative segregation unit.
The Sociology of Humanist, Spiritual, and Religious Practice in Prison: Supporting Responsivity and Desistance from Crime
This paper presents evidence for why Corrections should take the humanist, spiritual, and religious [H/S/R] self-identities of people in prison seriously, and do all it can to foster and support those self-identities, or ways of establishing meaning in life.
The use of reach-in, a simple method of contacting an offender in custody, to improve the transition process is explained.
Working Together to Improve Reentry: Bridging Budgets and Programs, Public and Private, Prison and the Community
Some of the improvements made to Oregon's offender reentry transition process are highlighted.