Reentry Solutions for Success
Hilton Sacramento Arden West
2200 Harvard Street
Sacramento, CA 95815
Regional Manager, Community Development
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
(415) 974-2717Deanna Allen
Abundant Place Ministries
Reentry of formerly incarcerated men and women into society is a continued challenge for local jurisdictions, law enforcement, and service providers. After the 2011 passage of the Public Safety Realignment Act (AB109), which seeks to reduce overcrowding in California’s 33 state prisons, nearly 11,000 low-level offenders were released. Organizations committed to improving opportunities for low-income people are now stretching to extend their services to formerly incarcerated people.
Toward its mission of improving communities, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will host Reentry Solutions for Success, a statewide cross-sector conference to examine reentry’s impact on vulnerable communities and highlight programs and strategies that are contributing to successful reintegration. With legislation and initiatives driving the conversation, now is the time to discuss ways to implement and expand successful practices and programs. Please join this exciting and powerful event that encourages the 58 counties impacted by AB109 to come together to network, share, and strategize around the most effective and innovative solutions to support successful reintegration. Attendees will learn about existing and promising models for supervision, housing, counseling, and employment that draw upon evidence-based solutions.
Who should attend?
Formerly-incarcerated persons, their families and advocates
Lawmakers and policy advocates
Criminal justice, community development and foundation professionals
Faith and community leaders
Social investors and bankers
Registration Deadline: September 25, 2015
Register by August 28 to receive a 30% discount! Registration includes an exciting keynote luncheon, a welcome reception, a networking breakfast and a choice of 12 informative breakout sessions.
Early Bird: $95 per person (through August 28)
General: $135 per person