UPDATE To An Older Story

Several months ago we published the story at the bottom: Since then we have received this additional information from a reader visiting our site. Please read this information after reviewing the original story.

Over the past several decades, the United States has built the largest prison population in the world. We know that mass incarceration disproportionately impacts people of color and those living in poverty. Many of these people released from prison may experience unstable housing, food insecurity, unemployment, and possible relapse of addictions, increasing their chances of being rearrested.

That’s why we created a guide that highlights helpful information and tools for returning citizens and how to support these vulnerable populations during the pandemic.

Our guide includes:

  • Support Services for Housing, Financial Stability and Wellness Programs
  • Preparing for Reentry and Community Resources
  • Tips for Helping Loved Ones Adjust After Incarceration

LINK TO AN ALTERNATE SITE WITH MUCH MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS TOPIC. PLEASE VISIT THAT SITE AND SEE WHAT IS BEING PRESENTED.

A Guide To Finding Housing After Incarceration

ORIGINAL TNBD STORY below

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