Nine ways to improve postincarceration health care access

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Dec 14, 2018
Rochisa Shukla and Kamala Mallik-Kane for Urban Institute
Health and reentry are closely related, and chronic medical, mental health, and substance use problems make it harder for newly released people to seek employment, obtain housing, and avoid reincarceration. Compared with the general population, justice-involved people tend to be in poorer health and need access to physical and behavioral health services, as well as the know-how and motivation to get care.