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National Reentry Resource Center

Federal Interagency Reentry Council

Reentry MythBusters

Reentry Council Snapshots

Selected Policy Guidance and Other Resources

Reentry Toolkit for United States Attorneys  

Reentry Map (of What’s Being Funded by Federal Grants)

Reentry Funding Opportunities

Reentry Services Directory (by state)

National Inventory on the Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions

What Works in Reentry Clearinghouse

Legal Assistance Resources

Federal Bureau of Prisons' Reentry Services Division

Reentering Your Community: A Handbook, Federal Bureau of Prisons

Economic Perspectives on Incarceration and the Criminal Justice System

Federal Interagency Reentry Council Fact Sheet

Bureau of Prisons Reentry Fact Sheet

Reentry Education Toolkit

Children of Incarcerated Parents Resource Page

Reentry Resources for Individuals, Providers, Communities, and States

Reentry TIPSHEETS for Women

Access to State Identification: Attorney General Lynch is asking each state to work with the Department of Justice to allow citizens returning from federal prisons to exchange their federal BOP inmate ID card – and their authenticated release documentation – for a state-issued ID.  

Youth@Work, by the Equal Employment Opportunigy Commision

Protecting One’s Credit While in the Criminal Justice Cystem, blog post by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 

Child Support Has a Role in Parents’ Successful Reentry, blog post by the Administration for Children and Families, Health and Human Services

For National Reentry Week, VA renews its commitment to serving justice-involved Veterans, blog post by the Department of Veterans Affairs

Social Security — National Reentry Week (April 24th-30th), blog post by the Social Security Administration



Updated April 19, 2017