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Reentry & Confinement

Ensuring formerly incarcerated Black women and girls have access to the resources they need to thrive in the community and to prevent them from returning to confinement.

Featured work

Sisters in Solidarity Reentry Network

Supporting the leadership of formerly incarcerated Black women who are championing the movement for culturally-affirming, gender-responsive, and trauma-informed reentry services for women and girls.

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Black Women's Health and Self-Care in Reentry

We're conducting a qualitative research study to understand the health needs of formerly incarcerated Black women who have or are transitioning home to their communities from confinement.


Women’s Initiatives Evaluation

We're evaluating the impact of the California Wellness Foundation’s Women’s Initiatives, which aim to expand access to services in the community for formerly incarcerated women of color and women of color at risk for HIV and STIs.

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​EMERGE Evaluation

Evaluating an alternative education program for girls of color in the Bay Area who are returning to school from a condition of confinement or incarceration.

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