Amos House awarded $1M grant for collaborative post-incarceration re-entry program

AMOS HOUSE received a $1 million federal grant to establish the Rhode Island Re-entry Collaborative, an effort of five local organizations to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for Rhode Islanders who are transitioning back to civilian life following incarceration.
AMOS HOUSE received a $1 million federal grant to establish the Rhode Island Re-entry Collaborative, an effort of five local organizations to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for Rhode Islanders who are transitioning back to civilian life following incarceration.
PROVIDENCE – Amos House was awarded $1 million by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide comprehensive re-entry services for people returning to their communities following incarceration, the nonprofit announced Wednesday. The money comes from the Office of Justice Program’s 2018 Second Chance Act grant initiative. The funds will allow Amos House to establish the…

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