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Life After Prison: Tracking the Experiences of Male Prisoners Returning to Chicago, Cleveland, and HoustonMay 15, 2010
Examines the reentry experiences of 652 men in the three cities, including housing stability, family relationships, substance use, employment, and recidivism. Analyzes outcome predictors such as prison programs, job training, and family structure.
Health and Prisoner Reentry: How Physical, Mental, and Substance Abuse Conditions Shape the Process of ReintegrationFebruary 1, 2008
Documents the health challenges released prisoners face and the impact of physical health conditions, mental illness, and substance abuse on the reentry process, including finding housing and employment, reconnecting with family, and avoiding recidivism.
Presents findings from a longitudinal study of prisoner reentry, documenting the lives of nearly three hundred former prisoners and their ability to find stable housing, reunite with family, secure employment, and avoid substance use and recidivism.