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This article discusses how the City of Salina, Kansas leveraged U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Emergency Solutions Grant funding to ...
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Safe, affordable housing is essential for the millions of people released from U.S. jails and prisons each year. But most public housing aut...
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This fact sheet provides eight recommendations for public housing authorities to rethink limits on public housing for people with criminal conviction ...
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By Maureen Richey, CSG Justice Center StaffAs the leaders of Old Pueblo Community Services (OPCS) can attest, the landscape of housing and reentry ser...
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By Chidi Umez, CSG Justice Center  From left, Chris Kervick of NCJA, Jacob Hasson of The Connection, Patrick Fallon of The Connection, Kharlton Moore ...
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The Federal Interagency Reentry Council has been working together for five years to reduce recidivism and improve employment, education, hou...
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By the CSG Justice CenterOn April 4, the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued “Guidance on A...
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By Maureen Richey, CSG Justice CenterThe top 10 percent of users of all public services in Los Angeles are people who are chronically homeless, repeat...
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The Reentry Myth Busters are a series of fact sheets created by the partner agencies within the Federal Interagency Reentry Council...
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A growing number of people are released each year from state prison and local jails; this phenomenon, prisoner reentry, has a significant impact on ho...