In this Spotlight on Supporting Returning Citizens, we’ve highlighted resources to help Community Development practitioners understand the critical needs of returning citizens, as well as some strategies already underway to support them.
In this webinar panelists reflect on ways that partnerships between health anchors and community development organizations can help realize equitable neighborhood outcomes.
Learn how lifting the Pell Grant ban for incarcerated person can provide more wide-ranging economic and social benefits, creating a pipeline of people who will be better qualified for jobs after release and reducing recidivism and its associated costs.
The National Reentry Resource Center from the Council of State Governments collects a variety of resources that can help returning citizens as well as the people and organizations working to support them.
A new report from LISC and Urban Institute shows how arts and culture can make neighborhoods safer places to live.