Reentry Planning Toolkits

A primer for INDIVIDUALS with records AND ALL THOSE who SUPPORT THEM



FOR FAMILY & Loved ones


FOR reentry service providers


The Reentry Planning Toolkits are designed for different audiences, with the goal of helping individuals in reentry/with records and those who support them to develop reentry plans collaboratively and have access to practical tools and know-your-rights information to thrive, not just survive, after incarceration. 

Find answers to common questions like: What can I do in my first few days of release? - How can I help someone in reentry? - What resources exist in housing? - When do we start planning for release? The toolkits are filled with planning tools, action steps, checklists, helpful hints, know-your-rights information, and referrals to critical reentry resources to empower individuals, their family members & loved ones, and service providers to develop individualized reentry plans.

We created three versions of the Reentry Planning Toolkit because we know it takes a village to break down barriers after incarceration, and we wanted people in reentry/with records, their family members & loved ones, and service providers to have information and tools designed with them in mind.