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A Guide to Treatment, Education and Job Related Services Within CSOSA (July 2011,

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Resource Locator - Use the map to find and view contact information for organizations that provide assistance to returning citizens.

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Directory of Housing Resources for Returning Citizens - Provided by Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for the District of Columbia (CJCC) [827 KB]

Adobe Acrobat PDF format CSOSA's Faith-Based Initiative Service Provider Resource Guide 2009 [2.21MB]

H1N1 Flu: A Guide for Community and Faith-Based Organizations - Provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Directory of Resources for Adults: Community and Confinement Access Guide (2015) - Provided by the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

Adobe Acrobat PDF format D.C. Office of Returning Citizens - Resources [1.48 MB]

Adobe Acrobat PDF format D.C. Prisoners Legal Service Project [364.6KB]
A Guide for Family and Friends of Prisoners

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Food Pantries / Grocery Assistance Locations [79.3 KB]
- Provided by the CSOSA Faith-Based Initiative

Adobe Acrobat PDF format A Housing Guide for Reentering Women in D.C. [1.29 MB]
Provided by Georgetown Law, The Community Justice Project

Adobe Acrobat PDF format InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington Emergency Food and Shelter Directory [482KB]

National Directory of Programs Available for Women Offenders
Provided by the National Institute of Corrections, in partnership with the Women's Prison Association

National Reentry Resource Center
A project of the Council of State Governments Justice Center

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Prisoner Reentry [232KB]
Compiled by National Criminal Justice Reference Service

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Report and Comprehensive Evaluation of the Previously
Incarcerated Peoples (PIPs) Forum, January 29, 2005

Adobe Acrobat PDF format Starting Out, Starting Over, Staying Out [1256.81KB]
A Guide for District of Columbia Ex-Offenders:
Housing, Food, Employment and Other Resources (DC-CURE)



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