Reentry Planning Toolkit

The Reentry Planning Toolkits are designed for different audiences, with the goal of helping people with arrest and conviction histories and those who support them to develop reentry plans collaboratively. The toolkits give access to practical tools and know-your-rights information so that systems-impacted people can have the chance 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 with arrest and conviction histories, their family members & loved ones, and service providers to have information and tools designed with them in mind.

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