Exploring Research Gaps in Residential Reentry Centers: A Compendium Guide of Resources for Reentry Professionals and Policymakers

This guide lists the available research on the effectiveness and best practices of residential reentry centers (commonly known as halfway houses). Corrections and reentry professionals can use this compendium guide to review the most relevant resources informing halfway house practices. This guide also highlights the relative paucity of research about the effectiveness of halfway houses in reducing recidivism and promoting successful reentry, and makes recommendations for future work in these areas. 

2016 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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