Developing Re-entry Services from Nothing with No Money

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Tue, Jul 23rd, 2024 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ET
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Do you need a reentry program but have no way to fund one? The Sedgwick County Offender Re-Entry (SCORE) Program was created to assist inmates reentering our local community by helping them gain access to government IDs, housing, medical and mental health services, food resources, and employment.  SCORE was built by an agency with no previous reentry services and with no funding for the program.

Community engagement and community partners allowed us to build the SCORE Program from nothing, by not only finding out how the community can help us but also what we can do as an agency to help our community partners.  Our program also includes an inmate computer lab for job readiness and job applications with the help of a community partner. At this time, the only expense has been the reassignment of an employee.

If you have little to no money, but the desire to cut the recidivism rate in your facility, we have a blueprint for you.

 

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