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Reentry Skills Building Handbook.

Georgia Department of Corrections
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Atlanta, GA: Georgia Department of Corrections.

The skills needed to prevail against the challenges reentry may pose are explained. Chapters following an introduction about getting organized are: identification; housing; employment; careers; work ethics; transportation; money management; education; incarcerated veterans program; health and life skills; family and friend relationships; child support; restorative justice and victim awareness; living under supervision; and community resources contact information. (abstract from the National Institute of Corrections,


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