The Adult Re-Entry programs are designed to assist men and women re-entering the community from prison and jail. With both in-custody and out of custody sites, all programs are designed using industry best practices that address criminogenic needs. Adult Re-Entry Programs Sacramento County Office of Education / Student Programs / Adult Re-Entry Programs The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Adult Re-Entry programs are designed to assist men and women re-entering the community from prison and jail.
The Adult Reentry Grant program provides funding for community-based organizations to deliver reentry services for people formerly incarcerated in state prison. The funding is available under the Young Adult Reentry Partnership grant program and will serve young adults ages years old who are currently or have previously been involved with the juvenile or adult criminal justice system, are low-income, or are high school dropout.
Adult Re-Entry Support CSULB offers specialized programming and support for returning adults and other non-traditional students. Please review the available options below. For information and guidance please call Reentry refers to the transition of offenders from prisons or jails back into the community. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs , people were released from state and federal prisons in Another million cycle through local jails (Bureau of Justice Statistics, ).
Grants and other federal funding opportunities to support crime prevention and reentry efforts are available across the federal government, including the U.S. Departments of Justice, Labor, Health and Human Services, and more. This page provides information and links to a range of federal funding opportunities and resources in support of state, local, Tribal juvenile and criminal justice. The purpose of the Second Chance Act Adult Reentry and Employment Strategic Planning Program is to fund the development of strategic plans that are comprehensive, collaborative, and multisystemic in their approach to reduce recidivism and improve the employability of people returning to .