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The New York City Health Justice Network (NYC HJN) is an innovative health service delivery program for individuals returning from incarceration, funded by CJII. NYC HJN provides individuals recently released from jail and prison with peer support from community health workers (CHW) with lived experience of successful reentry from the criminal legal system, who in turn help participants access integrated primary care and social services.
This study is a midterm evaluation report of the College-in- Prison Reentry Initiative (CIP), a program to expand access to academic college education in prison throughout New York State.
The West Harlem Community Reentry and Restoration Project (WHCRRP) is an initiative funded under CJII in response to the June 2014 law enforcement intervention (LEI) that led to the arrest and indictment of 103 individuals living in the Manhattanville and Grant public housing developments and surrounding areas.
FamilySafe Project Evaluation: Implementation and Outcomes of Family-Focused Counseling for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence
Sanctuary and STEPS successfully designed and continue to implement a trauma-focused model of programming that treats diverse families as a unit and facilitates communication and collaboration between the adult and child treatment staff.
Margaret's Place aims to raise awareness about experiences of trauma and violence among youth and provide direct interventions for those impacted, with particular attention to the many types of violence (e.g., home, community, and dating) experienced by young people. This report presents findings from the process evaluation of Margaret’s Place that was conducted between 2019 and 2021.
The Youth Opportunity Hub (YOH) Initiative was designed to prevent or reduce criminal legal system interactions, improve life outcomes, and provide support for youth by fostering access, collaboration, and partnership among social service providers. The final evaluation report, and its associated policy brief, offers a look at the development, implementation, and outcomes of the Initiative, as well as offers lessons learned and recommendations for other organizations seeking to implement similar programs.
The Transgender Healing and Resilience Initiative for Survivors of Violence: Final Evaluation Report
This report presents the findings of a process evaluation of THRIV, which is designed to increase access to trauma-focused, gender-affirming therapy for TGNB survivors of interpersonal violence and trauma.
The goal of the Career Readiness Training Program (CRTP) is to help New York City’s economically marginalized families overcome barriers to financial independence, such as chronic unemployment exacerbated by abuse, structural discrimination, the stigma of poverty, limited opportunities for education, and shelter system dependence. By participating in the CRTP, survivors, who are often concerned for their safety and that of their children, have an opportunity to regain financial control and get a fresh start in life.
Project Reset is a program that diverts adults arrested for low-level crimes into community-based support programs and out of the court system. Through CJII, the RAND Corporation conducted a process and outcome evaluation of the program, identifying key program facilitators and barriers, documented participant experiences, determined the effect the program had on case outcomes and rearrest rates, and examined whether the program was cost-effective.
The District Attorney of New York County (DANY) is seeking proposals for an initiative to develop a Court-based Navigators program at Manhattan Criminal Court. These navigators will focus on building trusted relationships with individuals arraigned in Manhattan and released to the community, and ultimately connecting them with voluntary services. This program aims ...