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Reentry Coalition The How “To’s” Angela Lee, Administrator of Reentry Services, DRC Reentry Coalition The How “To’s” Angela Lee, Administrator of Reentry Services, DRC

Overview • • • Why Reentry? Second Chance Act and Funding Reasons How and Overview • • • Why Reentry? Second Chance Act and Funding Reasons How and where do we start? Ohio Ex-Offender Reentry Coalition Local Coalitions Statewide Efforts

Why Reentry? According to a 2006 national opinion survey (8: 1) indicates that the Why Reentry? According to a 2006 national opinion survey (8: 1) indicates that the public supports services for offenders (Krisberg & Marchionna) As of September 2010 there are 51, 012 incarcerated DRC offenders – – – Capacity is 38, 665 Pew Report (2009) 1: 25 Costly: $1. 8 B FY 2009 » The Pew Center on the States

Research Supports Reentry Efforts • National Institute of Corrections Survey: 61% of people believe Research Supports Reentry Efforts • National Institute of Corrections Survey: 61% of people believe CJ professionals should base decision making on research • Punishment driven approaches alone are not effective. • Reentry increases public safety

Reasons for Reentry Of those offenders admitted, 48% serve less than one year The Reasons for Reentry Of those offenders admitted, 48% serve less than one year The national average cost of confining an offender is $22, 000 but in Ohio-$24, 294. 00 F 4 & F 5 felonies comprise 57. 3% of commitments to prison

Offender Characteristics – – – – – Average 36 years old 58% had minor Offender Characteristics – – – – – Average 36 years old 58% had minor children, 23% married 74% were black, 18% white 72% reported drug use 57% found job post release through family/friends Only 37% were working full-time post release 80% had debts 60% had someone meet them upon release 80% relied on family for housing » Urban Institute, Returning Home Study

Family Characteristics – 64% had a criminal history or substance abuse problem – 66% Family Characteristics – 64% had a criminal history or substance abuse problem – 66% provided financial support to release offender – 21% were a former prisoner – 16% of those providing housing to released offender had a substance abuse problem Urban Institute, Returning Home Study

Second Chance Act • Signed April 2008 by President Bush • Federal Appropriations for Second Chance Act • Signed April 2008 by President Bush • Federal Appropriations for Prisoner Reentry • Establishment of a Reentry Task Force

Funding Categories – State/Local Reentry Demonstration Projects – Residential Substance Abuse Treatment – Career Funding Categories – State/Local Reentry Demonstration Projects – Residential Substance Abuse Treatment – Career Training Program – State and Local Reentry Courts – Family-Based Substance Abuse Treatment – Mentoring Grants to Nonprofits – Reintegration to Ex. Offenders – Mental Health Treatment

How do we start? ? ? • Identify key stakeholders • Answer the questions, How do we start? ? ? • Identify key stakeholders • Answer the questions, “Why” • Look at current costs-where does your money go? • What are your needs? • Keep it simple • Patience is a virtue and change is slow • Identify Barriers and efforts should be EBP.

Investing in Human Social Capital… Leadership & Organizational Change Rational Planning Process Safer Communities Investing in Human Social Capital… Leadership & Organizational Change Rational Planning Process Safer Communities Collaboration Management Means a Safer Community

State Efforts • • House Bill 130 Ohio Ex-Offender Reentry Coalition Collaboration with state State Efforts • • House Bill 130 Ohio Ex-Offender Reentry Coalition Collaboration with state and local stakeholders; Provide analysis and identification of regulatory and statutory hurdles through Annual Report. • Council of State Government Recommendations • National Institute of Justice-Learning Laboratory

Reentry Initiatives • • • Reentry Center Ohio Benefit Bank ARRA Grantees RSC Grants Reentry Initiatives • • • Reentry Center Ohio Benefit Bank ARRA Grantees RSC Grants State and Local Partnerships Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS) • Second Chance Act Grant Programs • Voting Rights Institute

Target Audience is ex-offenders, their families, legislators, and community. www. reentrycoalition. ohio. gov Target Audience is ex-offenders, their families, legislators, and community. www. reentrycoalition. ohio. gov

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