How can North Carolina enhance its reentry policies and programming?

Project ended: July 31, 2021
Department or Agency: NC Department of Public Safety

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Project Overview

Summary

Hundreds of service providers, individuals, and other organizations provide reentry services and support to formerly incarcerated individuals in communities across the state. To make information about this work and related resources more widely available, the NC Department of Public Safety, State Reentry Council Collaborative, NC Department of Justice, and NC Office of Strategic Partnerships partnered with Three Flights Consulting to identify one or more reentry contacts in all 100 counties in North Carolina; explore persistent gaps or unmet needs in local reentry support systems; and investigate innovative or promising strategies to address common challenges.

Deliverables

Planned use of results

Results have made information about reentry work and related resources more widely available across the state.

The project is complete.

We’re eager to learn how you use the results and welcome any questions.

Project point of contact

Irene Lawrence

Community Development Specialist, Division of Adult Correction & Juvenile Justice

NC Department of Public Safety

irene.lawrence@ncdps.gov


Project Team

State Reentry Council Collaborative

NC Department of Justice

Three Flights, LLC

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