The focus of this initiative is to assist communities in planning and implementing comprehensive "reentry" programs and to ensure that participants are provided with positive opportunities to engage in pro-social activities such as employment and/or education and maintain long-term employment.
SIMPLER framework- PDF
Transitional Jobs for Ex-Prisoner (2009)- PDF
Transitional Jobs for Ex-Prisoner Evaluation (2009)- PDF
Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies_Summary (2013)- PDF
Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies_Full (2013) -PDF
IRES-4 questions - PDF
Jobs for the Future- Supporting Second Chances - PDF
Safer Foundation - Employer Guide (Reentry & Healthcare Sector) - PDF
Credit Builders Alliance released Achieving Credit Strength: A Toolkit for Supporting Returning Citizen Entrepreneurs. This toolkit provides financial capability and reentry practitioners with tools and resources for helping returning citizens to build strong credit, and strong businesses.
Financial Education Modules created by Coffey consulting- Coffey consulting provides technical assistance to grantees of all DOL Re-entry work. Below are modules for financial education that they have created when serving this population.
Re-entry Peer Network Call
4th Thursday of every month*
12:00 pm- 1:30 pm | Central Daylight Time| 1.5 hrs
or call (415) 655-0002
Meeting number (access code): 317 101 570
REO Eligibility Checklist- PDF
REO SalesForce Instructions- PDF
REO Intake Assessment- PDF
REO data definitions- PDF
REO Outcomes Assessment- PDF
Quarterly Narrative Report Template- DOC (Editable)
Consent form for collection and release of information- DOC (Editable)
Case Management Template - DOC (Editable)
LISC’s Reentry project is funded at a 100% by the $4.5 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration.