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The Urban Institute has just posted a significant addition to its extensive examination of the reentry process.  In Health and Prisoner Reentry: How Physical, Mental, and Substance Abuse Conditions Shape the Process of Reintegration, authors Kamala Mallik-Kane and Christy A. Visher examine the experiences of a representative sample of 1,100 inmates returning from state prisons in Ohio and Texas.  The report documents the pervasiveness of health problems among returning prisoners and the effect of health status on reentry outcomes.




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