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Did you know that quick employment for formerly incarcerated individuals significantly decreases the risk of committing future crimes?
Recidivism (a relapse into criminal behavior) rates on average range from 30%-70%.
Recidivism rates for individuals quickly employed range from 3.3%-8%.
The Re-Entry Project helps people with criminal convictions reintegrate into the community by addressing criminal history-related civil legal issues.
The Re-Entry Project may be able to assist with cases such as:
- Employment discrimination;
- Section 8 Problems;
- Certificates of relief from civil disability/certificates of good conduct;
- Denial of professional license; and
- Denial of employment due to prior neglect/abuse findings (at the ALJ level).