Promoting successful reentry for ex-prisoners is a critical issue facing individuals, families, communities and governments across the country. This brief presents findings from a forthcoming report on the mentoring component of theReady4Work prisoner reentry initiative.
Ready4Work participants who met with a mentor remained in the program longer, were twice as likely to obtain a job and were more likely to stay employed than participants who did not meet with a mentor. The report's authors conclude that while mentoring alone is not enough, supportive relationships -- which can be fostered through mentoring programs -- should be considered a core component of any reentry strategy.
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Title: P/PV Preview: Mentoring Ex-Prisoners in the Ready4Work Reentry Initiative
Publication date 2007-03-26
Publication Year 2007
Wendy S. McClanahan
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, mentoring programs
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