Innovations in Reentry Initiative: Reducing Recidivism through Systems Improvements
The Importance of Positive Social Support During Reentry From Prison: Examining the Role of Volunteer Mentoring
FY 2020 Innovations in Reentry Initiative: Building System Capacity & Testing Strategies to Reduce Recidivism
What Works features research on the effectiveness of a wide variety of reentry programs and practices, leveraging programs rated by the National Institute of Justice's CrimeSolutions.gov.
The National Institute of Justice's CrimeSolutions website is comprised of two components — a web-based clearinghouse of programs and practices and a process for identifying and rating those programs and practices.
Funded and administered by BJA, the National Reentry Resource Center is the nation's primary source of information and guidance in reentry.
OJP has announced awards totaling more than $55.8 million to reduce recidivism among adults and youth returning to their communities after confinement. The awards include more than $39.3 million under BJA's Second Chance Act suite of grant programs. Read the press release and corresponding fact sheet for additional details.
The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) has announced awards totaling more than $74.5 million to reduce recidivism among adults and youth returning to their community after confinement. View the press release to learn more about the grants awarded by BJA and other OJP bureaus and offices.