Re entry pre-release success checklist

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If a person is to move forward after incarceration, it is necessary to plan re-entry. Dr. Glenda Clare provides a Re-Entry Pre-Release Success Checklist.

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Re entry pre-release success checklist

  1. 1. Re-Entry Pre-Release Success Checklist Make a decision to leave your ISSUES related to incarceration in the past. Begin to engage in practices to move forward in your life. Get social security card and other forms of identification including a birth certificate and picture ID. Complete available in-prison re-entry programs including programming that allows you to earn a degree and/or secure job training. Clear outstanding warrants, charges and detainers. Clear aliases. Seal any and all parts of the criminal history that future employers don’t need to see. Complete drug treatment programs while incarcerated, develop a relationship with a sponsor and find a community program into which you can enroll immediately after release. Create a job search plan to include a resume, cover letter and portfolio. Re-establish positive relationships with friends and family members who are committed to your forward movement. Create a list of the types of people you would like to begin to include in your friendship network. Secure short-term housing (6 months or more). Create a celebration plan for release. Fragile Families NETWORK 2014

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