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Reentry Resources

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A Guide to Treatment, Education and Job Related Services Within CSOSA (July 2011, corrections.com)

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Resource Locator - Use the map to find and view contact information for organizations that provide assistance to returning citizens.

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Directory of Housing Resources for Returning Citizens - Provided by Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for the District of Columbia (CJCC) [943.2 KB]

Adobe Acrobat PDF format CSOSA's Faith-Based Initiative Service Provider Resource Guide 2009 [2.21MB]

H1N1 Flu: A Guide for Community and Faith-Based Organizations - Provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Directory of Adult Resources - Provided by the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (as prepared for the 2013 Community Reentry and Expungement Summit)

Directory of Resources - Provided by the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

Adobe Acrobat PDF format D.C. Office of Returning Citizens - Resources [1.48 MB]

Adobe Acrobat PDF format D.C. Prisoners Legal Service Project [364.6KB]
A Guide for Family and Friends of Prisoners

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Food Pantries / Grocery Assistance Locations [79.3 KB]
- Provided by the CSOSA Faith-Based Initiative

Adobe Acrobat PDF format A Housing Guide for Reentering Women in D.C. [1.29 MB]
Provided by Georgetown Law, The Community Justice Project

Adobe Acrobat PDF format InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington Emergency Food and Shelter Directory [482KB]

National Directory of Programs Available for Women Offenders
Provided by the National Institute of Corrections, in partnership with the Women's Prison Association

National Reentry Resource Center
A project of the Council of State Governments Justice Center

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Prisoner Reentry [232KB]
Compiled by National Criminal Justice Reference Service

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Report and Comprehensive Evaluation of the Previously
Incarcerated Peoples (PIPs) Forum, January 29, 2005
[1065KB]

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Starting Out, Starting Over, Staying Out [1256.81KB]
A Guide for District of Columbia Ex-Offenders:
Housing, Food, Employment and Other Resources (DC-CURE)

 

Related:

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Fact Sheet: Reentry in Washington, DC

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