This guide shares best practices for providing reentry legal clinics and advocacy support in rural, tribal communities.
This toolkit is designed to provide information to help business and HR leaders work to hire applicants who have criminal records.
This report examines the links between mass incarceration and health equity by pairing data with examples of successful approaches, showing how mass incarceration negatively impacts health and well-being and suggesting solutions for reducing both incarceration and crime rates.
This policy brief describes key reforms from 2018 that were designed to reduce the scale of incarceration and lessen the impact of the collateral consequences of a felony conviction.
This brief examines strategies that states are using to communicate the promise of Career Technical Education (CTE) and gain buy-in from state agencies, communities, and stakeholders to promote equity in CTE.
This report describes how lifting the current ban on awarding Pell Grants to incarcerated people would benefit workers, employers, and states.
This issue brief from the Commonwealth Fund identifies emerging trends in state Medicaid programs, showing how states have developed a range of promising, replicable approaches to providing care to people leaving jail or prison using insurance coverage.
This self-assessment from the National Reentry Resource Center helps programs gauge their capacity to provide integrated reentry and employment interventions, including work readiness, to people with varying risks and needs.
This report documents the extraordinary number of laws passed in 2018 aimed at reducing barriers to successful reintegration for individuals with a criminal record.
This webpage includes a list of “top-shelf” workforce development resources curated specifically for individuals who have have been, or will soon be, released from incarceration.