SCA Technical Assistance

The National Reentry Resource Center works collaboratively with BJA's Second Chance Act technical assistance (TA) providers:

Corrections and Community Engagement TA Center logo

Corrections and Community Engagement
American Institutes for Research
Contact: Simon Gonsoulin

Vera Institute of Justice logo

Education and Employment
Vera Institute of Justice
Contact: Margaret diZerega


The Council of State Governments Justice Center logo

Behavioral Health, Housing, and Family Supports
The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center
Contact: Nicole Jarrett

RTI International logo

Evaluation and Sustainability
RTI Center for Courts and Corrections

These agencies provide on- and off-site training and technical assistance (TTA) to the government agencies and nonprofit organizations that receive grants under the provisions of the Second Chance Act. TA coaches with the providers work with each grantee to develop an assessment of the project, understand its goals and objectives, and identify areas where TTA can be of most use to the project team. Based on this assessment, Resource Center staff will work with each grantee team to design an individual technical assistance plan for each project that reflects the particular goals and objectives identified in the assessment process. TA coaches also provide grantees with publications, distance learning sessions, and opportunities to connect with experts and practitioners in a wide variety of fields working on reentry, as well as with peers engaged in similar reentry work.

Archived SCA TA tools are provided below, including SCA Orientation materials and past SCA Planning and Implementation (P&I) Guides

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December 18, 2013

In this webinar staff from the CSG Justice Center's National Reentry Resource Center provided an overview of the Planning & Implementation Guide a...
This guide prepared by the National Reentry Resource Center (NRRC) is intended to support recipients of Second Chance Act Innovations i...