Day 4: Making Reentry work
Reentry Week 2021 — April 29: Making Reentry work
In this webinar, presenters discuss how coalition building and community engagement in the reentry process can lead to long-term system change and sustainability.
- Do you invest in practices shown to reduce recidivism?
- How do facilities share information with community providers to know who and how to help?
- Does everyone leave your facility with a state ID?
MORE MATERIALS FOR MAKING REENTRY WORK
Report Staffing for Success: Establishing Core Competencies and Training Supports for Corrections and Community Supervision Staff This resource was developed ito help corrections and community supervision agencies hire and prepare staff to provide effective reentry support and features an adaptation of a matrix used by IDOC and examples of some of their related materials, such as a performance evaluation.
PodcastCoaches' Corner Conversations: Joseph Williams (AIR) and Stephanie Gatewood (HopeWorks) This conversation between Second Chance Act (SCA) coach Joseph Williams and SCA grantee lead Stepanie Gatewood discusses what it means to be a SCA grantee, struggles as they create and provide supports and services for returning citizens and some solutions to address these barriers.
PodcastCoaches' Corner Conversations: Derrick Franke (AIR) and Tana Howtopat (Oregon's Medicine Wheel) This Coaches' Corner shares thoughts on what it means to be a SCA grantee, sharing barriers have faced and solutions to overcoming those barriers, administering a grant during COVID - 19, and some lessons learned during their journey as a SCA grantee.