• Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices

New Beginnings: The Need for Supportive Housing for Previously Incarcerated People

Date Published: May 2004

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The report examines the housing and service needs of formerly incarcerated people, particularly those with special needs, and presents a national survey of existing models of re-entry housing: new models of supportive housing models adapted to the specific needs of returning ex-prisoners.

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  • Common Ground
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