Re-Entry
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​​The Office of Public Health and Safety coordinates with community partners to help ex-offenders re-integrate in Marion County.

While criminal history should not be a barrier to self-sufficiency, many formerly incarcerated individuals struggle to get back on their feet. It often takes a coalition of partners providing a variety of supportive services, namely stability in housing and employment, to help an ex-offender re-integrate successfully.
Successful re-entry is key to reducing recidivism and preventing ex-offenders from repeatedly cycling through the criminal justice system. As such, OPHS work to coordinate re-entry services is an important part of Mayor Joe Hogsett’s Criminal Justice Reform Plan.
 
 
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Brooke Daunhauer
​Director of Re-Entry
Aliya Wishner
​Communications