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Where 'returning citizens' find housing after prison
by Teresa Wiltz
The Pew Charitable Trusts Translate This Article
23 April 2019
On 23 April 2019 The Pew Charitable Trusts reported:
For those who've been locked up in prison for years, finding a home on the outside can be rough. The Georgia Department of Corrections may be taking the most innovative approach. Cities and counties including Atlanta are experimenting with creative ways to prevent homelessness among people who have been in jail or prison.
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