Re-Entering Society After Federal Prison Camp

The following posts cover the critical phase of transitioning back into society after incarceration. We offer resources and advice on overcoming the challenges of re-entry including finding employment, reconnecting with family and community, managing legal and financial obligations, and accessing support services.

We place special emphasis on the importance of preparation, resilience, and support networks in successfully reintegrating into society so you can get back to living your life.

  • Ex-Felons Who Found Success After Prison

    Navigating life post-incarceration can appear to be an intimidating journey riddled with unknowns. Yet, as numerous individuals affected by the justice system have experienced, the path to achievement upon leaving prison, as you reconstruct and reshape your identity, can lead to extraordinary, fulfilling, and significant accomplishments. The stories featured here are testaments to the strength … Read more

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  • How to Receive Early Termination from Federal Probation

    Understanding the criteria and process for securing an early termination of federal probation is very important, as it equips individuals with clear goals towards which they must work and offers tangible hope for a future unencumbered by federal probation, also known as supervised release. One of the unique features of the federal probation system is … Read more

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  • Getting a Job After Prison

    Exploring employment opportunities after being incarcerated involves a distinct combination of hurdles and potential openings for those aiming to return to the labor force. In a society where being tagged as a previous convict can impede job opportunities, it’s vital to have a well-defined plan to surmount employment obstacles. Having access to up-to-date resources and … Read more

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  • Handling Negative Reactions When People Learn You’re a White Collar Criminal

    The exposure as a white-collar offender can provoke a series of adverse responses from both social and work-related groups. These reactions frequently originate from a collective comprehension of white-collar offenses, encompassing activities like fraud, embezzlement, or other non-violent crimes often perpetrated by people in professional roles. The manner in which one handles these responses can … Read more

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  • Can You Smoke Weed While on Federal Probation?

    Being on federal probation means the U.S. court system keeps an eye on you, and you gotta follow some rules they set up. Now, with more states saying “yes” to marijuana, you’d think the big guys in Washington might loosen up about weed use at the federal level. **But, here’s the kicker: because the feds … Read more

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  • Parenting After Prison: Rebuilding Bonds and Navigating Challenges

    Jumping back into family life after jail time is like starting a whole new adventure, filled with tough hurdles and chances to become a better version of yourself. Imagine having to learn how to be a parent all over again, after being in a place where everything is about following strict rules. You’ve got to … Read more

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