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The Integrated <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Reentry</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">and</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Employment</span> Strategies Pilot Project: Four Questions Communities Should Consider When Implementing a Collaborative Approach

The Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies Pilot Project: Four Questions Communities Should Consider When Implementing a Collaborative Approach

This document highlights information gleaned from the Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies (IRES) Pilot Project underway in Milwaukee County, WI, and Palm Beach County, FL, which focuses on operationalizing a level of cross-systems coordination among corrections, reentry, and workforce development agencies on a scale rarely seen in the field.

Findings <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">and</span> Recommendations from the Palm Beach County, FL, Integrated <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Reentry</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">and</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Employment</span> Strategies Pilot Project

Findings and Recommendations from the Palm Beach County, FL, Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies Pilot Project

In early 2015, Palm Beach County, FL, was selected by the CSG Justice Center and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance to pilot an innovative approach to reducing recidivism and increasing the employability of people returning to Palm Beach County from prison and jail. This summary presents the CSG Justice Center’s findings and recommendations from the first year of the the project.

Findings <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">and</span> Recommendations from the Milwaukee County, WI, Integrated <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Reentry</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">and</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Employment</span> Strategies Pilot Project

Findings and Recommendations from the Milwaukee County, WI, Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies Pilot Project

In early 2015, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, was selected by the CSG Justice Center and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance to pilot an innovative approach to reducing recidivism and increasing the employability of people returning to Milwaukee County from prison. This summary presents findings and recommendations from the first year of the project.

Fact Sheet: <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Expanding</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Employment</span> Opportunities as a <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Reentry</span> Strategy

Fact Sheet: Expanding Employment Opportunities as a Reentry Strategy

This fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Labor provides a summary of ongoing efforts and accomplishments by federal agencies, including the U.S. Departments of Justice, Education, and Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Small Business Administration, for improving employment outcomes for individuals with criminal records.

Fact Sheet: <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Expanding</span> <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Employment</span> Opportunities as a <span class="search-everything-highlight" style="">Reentry</span> Strategy

Fact Sheet: Expanding Employment Opportunities as a Reentry Strategy

This fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Labor provides a summary of ongoing efforts and accomplishments by federal agencies to improve employment outcomes for individuals with criminal records. It also includes information on current funding for workforce, job placement, and training programs.

Healthy Relationships, Employment, and Reentry

This research brief from the National Transitional Jobs Network draws from research and interviews with expert program practitioners to show how reentry, fatherhood, and employment programs can work together to reduce unemployment and recidivism and improve children’s wellbeing.

Transitional Jobs for Ex-Prisoners: Implementation, Two-Year Impacts, and Costs of the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Prisoner Reentry Program

This report presents interim results from a rigorous evaluation of the New York City-based Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), a highly regarded employment program for ex-prisoners. CEO participants are placed in paid transitional jobs shortly after enrollment; they are supervised by CEO staff and receive a range of supports. Once they show good performance in the transitional job, participants get help finding a permanent job and additional support after placement.