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Prison Inmates' Prerelease Application for Medicaid: Take-up Rates in Oregon

This report examines whether enrollment in Medicaid prior to release from prison succeeds in generating health insurance coverage after release.

The Changing Relationship Between Ex-Criminals and Their Parole Officers

This article discusses EPICS, Effective Practices in Community Supervision, and covers the four steps for face-to-face meetings with offenders.

Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice: The Multnomah County Experience [Webinar]

This webinar explains how funds from Title IV of the Social Security Act, Part E can be used for programming in your agency.

Oregon Prison Tackles Solitary Confinement with Blue Room Experiment

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.

Ensuring Successful Offender Reentry: Umatilla/Morrow County "Reach-In" Services

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.

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