The Ex-Offender's Re-Entry Assistance Directory: Public and Private Support Programs for Making It on the Outside (Paperback)
Designed to assist ex-offenders and re-entry professionals with critical transition decisions, this directory introduces users to a fascinating re-entry world focused on documentation, housing, employment, transportation, food, clothing, wellness, mental health, substance abuse, education, parenting, and personal finances. Filled with names, addresses, phone numbers, websites, and downloadable resources of key government agencies, nonprofit groups, and faith-based organizations, this is a "must have" directory for anyone involved with re-entry programs and resources as well as for those interested in developing their own "what works" programs. Special features include: 39 gateway re-entry websites, 1,000+ state re-entry assistance programs, and 50 free downloadable re-entry handbooks and curricula. A rich collection of six appendices includes an assessment test and several planning/implementation devises.
Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D., is one of America's leading career transition and travel experts who has authored more than 100 books, including several designed for servicemembers and their families: Military Transition to Civilian Success, The Military-to-Civilian Transition Guide, The Military-to-Civilian Transition Pocket Guide, The Military Spouse's Employment Pocket Guide, The Military Spouse's Map Through the Maze Pocket Guide, The Military Family Education Pocket Guide, The Military Family Benefits Pocket Guide, and The Military Personal Finance Pocket Guide. A former Peace Corps Volunteer, Fulbright Scholar, and university professor, Ron specializes in developing career, life skills, and education resources for the military and others in transition.