Community-based Reentry Program
Through this program, the Bureau of Justice Assistance supports organizations and tribal governments providing comprehensive reentry services to individuals who have been incarcerated. Prior to release from incarceration, individuals will be screened, assessed, and identified for program participation. Following release from incarceration, participants will receive case management services and be connected to evidence-based programming designed to ensure that the transition from prison or jail to the community is safe and successful.
This solicitation is part of the SCA suite of programs in FY 2022.
Goals, Objectives, and Deliverables
- Strengthen communities by improving outcomes for individuals who have been incarcerated and reducing recidivism.
- Develop comprehensive case management plans that directly address criminogenic risks and needs, as identified by validated criminogenic risk assessments, and deliver or facilitate services in a manner consistent with participants’ learning styles and abilities.
- Demonstrate increased collaboration between community- and faith-based organizations and corrections, community supervision, law enforcement, and other local reentry stakeholders.
- An action plan to be developed with input from BJA and the assigned technical assistance provider and submitted within 6 months of receiving final budget approval.
- A final report at the end of the project period.
For more information, see the most recent BJA grant solicitation and materials.