Case Management Models for Pre- and Post-Release Employment Services
Issue Brief, Lessons from LEAP
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
May 31, 2018
- Jail-based AJC staff were reported to drive the connection between jail-based and community-based services through the relationships they develop with participants while they are incarcerated.
- Linking participants to community-based case managers before release, either through informational meetings or through workshops, could help smooth the transition to community-based support after release.
- Regular channels of communication between jail-based and community-based staff could help community-based staff maintain the service plan established in the jail.
Connecting Inmates to Public Workforce Services Prior to Release: The Linking to Employment Activities Pre-Release Grants
U.S. Department of Labor
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