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Report Highlights Employment-Based Reentry Reentry Report

June 2, 2016

ICF International has released "Lessons in Reentry from Successful Programs and Participants: The Final Report of the Reentry Employment Opportunities Benchmarking Study.” This report summarizes findings from a yearlong study of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Reentry Employment Opportunities (REO) program. The report highlights strategies that successful REO grantees use to help justice-involved youth and formerly incarcerated adults reengage with society and the workforce. The report provides recommendations for increased collaboration with faith-based and community organizations as new REO grant funding is considered.


Learn more and download the report.

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