NRRC Technical Assistance
Based on this assessment, Resource Center staff will work with each grantee team to design an individual technical assistance plan for each project that reflects the particular goals and objectives identified in the assessment process. As part of the TTA services, Resource Center staff will provide grantees with publications, distance learning sessions, and opportunities to connect with experts and practitioners in a wide variety of fields working on reentry, as well as with peers engaged in similar reentry work.
Technical assistance will be tailored to each grantee and will reflect each jurisdiction’s unique characteristics and resources. Resource Center staff will work closely with each grantee to ensure the applicability and relevance of the assistance. To learn more about technical assistance, please consult the relevant FAQ below:
The following Planning and Implementation Guides are for state, local, or tribal jurisdictions that received a FY 2014 Second Chance Act planning grant. Completion of the Planning and Implementation Guide, in partnership with the technical assistance provider assigned by the National Reentry Resource Center, is an eligibility requirement set by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for jurisdictions to move from the planning phase and receive funds to begin the implementation phase of the grant.
- Planning and Implementation Guide: SCA Reentry Program for Adult Offenders with Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders
- Planning and Implementation Guide: SCA Adult Demonstration Grant Program
- Planning and Implementation Guide: SCA Smart Supervision Grant Program
To learn about grant management, down load the Bureau of Justice Assistance's Grant Management Frequently Asked Questions.