The Urban Institute continues its in-depth look at prisoner reentry with a new policy brief, this time examining issues from stakeholders' perspectives. Service providers, local government officials, criminal justice practitioners, and civic leaders in Cleveland were interviewed regarding barriers and solutions to successful reentry. Their thoughts are summarized regarding housing, employment, social services, supervision, stigma, and more.
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