Making Reentry Work in Tribal Communities

April 18, 2022

This event has concluded.
The NRRC anticipates posting the recording and materials from this event by May 2022.

The health, wellness, and safety of Native people and Tribal communities are severely impacted by the disproportionate rates of imprisonment and recidivism in the United States.

This session focused on effective reentry strategies in Tribal communities, shared a multitude of effective resources, and highlighted guidance from the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Planning a Reentry Program: A Toolkit for Tribal Communities released in October 2021. The discussion also focused on the importance of Tribal-State partnerships in reducing incarceration and recidivism and methods.

Moderated by the American Institutes for Research's Stephanie Autumn, presenters include:

Janel McFeat, Reentry Coordinator, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Washington
Tony Fish, Program Manager, Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program, Oklahoma
Hazel Hindsley, St Croix Tribal ORP/Program Director, Band of Chippewa Indians, Wisconsin
Elise Townsend, Reentry Coordinator, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Arizona