This report summarizes the identified practices of the Medicaid Reentry Stakeholder Group and, as required by Section 5032 of the SUPPORT Act, informs design of a demonstration opportunity “under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C.
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Health Care Transitions for Individuals Returning to the Community from a Public Institution: Promising Practices Identified by the Medicaid Reentry Stakeholder Group
January 26, 2023
Peer Support as a Social Capital Strategy for Programs Serving Individuals Reentering from Incarceration and Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence or Human Sex Trafficking
February 18, 2022
Many human services programs recognize the power of “social capital,” or the value that arises from relationships. This report offers insight into how programs use peer supports to help build social capital with participants who are reentering the community after incarceration or are survivors of intimate partner violence or sex trafficking.
Improving Outcomes for American Indian/Alaska Native People Returning to the Community from Incarceration: A Resource Guide for Service Providers
October 20, 2021
This resource guide for providers working with American Indian/Alaska Native people reentering their communities from incarceration, contains a compilation of federal resources, research, examples, and helpful considerations for facilitating a successful reentry. Related Products:
Reducing Recidivism and Improving Reentry through Economic Impact Payments during COVID-19
May 21, 2020
Economic Impact Payments under the CARES Act can increase economic independence and labor force attachment among individuals reentering from incarceration through helping cover basic expenses while individuals seek employment and get on their feet.
APPROACHES TO EARLY JAIL DIVERSION: COLLABORATIONS AND INNOVATIONS
July 22, 2019
People with behavioral health conditions such as serious mental illness (SMI) and substance use disorders (SUDs), including opioid use disorder (OUD), are 3-6 times more likely than the general population to be represented in the criminal justice system.
Linking People with Criminal Records to Employment in the Healthcare Sector: 5 Things to Consider
October 11, 2018
This project explores how the need for workers in healthcare professions can be partially met by hiring individuals with criminal records who do not pose a risk to public safety. The report is organized around the following five things to consider for employing certain individuals with criminal records in the healthcare sector:
Aging, Reentry, and Health Coverage: Barriers to Medicare and Medicaid for Older Reentrants
February 28, 2018
Linkage to health coverage upon release from prison or jail is a critical aspect of the reentry process that may promote greater personal stability and productivity, as well as better care coordination in the community health care system and subsequent reductions in state expenditures.
Multi-site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering: Program Impacts Technical Report
October 5, 2017
This report presents findings on the impact of couples-based family strengthening services in four prison-based programs from the Multi-Site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering (MFS-IP) and discusses the implications for policy, programs, and future research.
About the Public-Use Dataset from the Multi-site Family Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering (MFS-IP)
October 5, 2017
This document briefly describes the public-use dataset from the Multi-site Study on Incarceration, Parenting and Partnering.
Earnings and Child Support Participation Among Reentering Fathers
September 12, 2017
A father’s incarceration can represent a serious threat to economic stability for his children and family, yet little is known about earnings and child support payments among justice-involved men over the course of incarceration and release.