Reentry 2030 is a national initiative that aims to dramatically improve reentry success for people exiting prison and those under supervision.
We are committed to a future of reentry that is:
State leaders incorporate the perspectives of people who have gone through the reentry process to design reentry systems with their needs and the barriers they face in mind. This is necessary to understand and overcome longstanding inefficiencies and fragmentation in reentry services and policies.
Leaders across service systems and at the federal, state, and local levels are each fully engaged in their role as part of a collective, comprehensive set of supports promoting reintegration.
States set public goals and metrics and report out regularly and consistently on progress.
Data-informed decisions drive investments to the people and communities with the most need.