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    Re-Entry Transition Plan

    This planning guide was created specifically for those being released from custody in Orange County, CA. It is intended to be printed for use by those who are about to be released or have been released from custody within the last 24 hours.


    Self-Evaluation

    The first thing to do when putting together a re‐entry plan is to make a list of the services you will need.
    A successful transition depends on making sure your basic needs are met. Since no one knows your needs better than you do, it’s important to be very clear about what you’ll need and what is available to you.
    Here are 9 questions to help you get ready for your transition from incarceration to the community.

    1) Who is picking you up, and where will you go?
    2) When will you check in with probation or parole for the first time? How will you get there?
    3) Where will you be staying? How long will you be able to stay there?
    4) What services are most important for you to access? Do you know how to get these services?
    5) How will you support yourself? What steps do you need to take to get a job or get financial help?
    6) Who can you rely on for emotional support?
    7) What will you do for fun?
    8) What is your plan for staying clean and sober?
    9) Which of these questions was the most challenging to answer, and which do you need to resolve first?

    Transition Checklist

    To start thinking about your needs, you can use this checklist as a starting point and reference sheet.
    Once you have a list, you can start planning how best to meet those needs.

    Potential Needs Notes/Contact Information for Referrals
    Identification
    CA ID/Driver License
    Social Security Card
    Birth Certificate
     
    Housing
    Shelter
    Rental Deposit Assistance
    Low Income Rental Housing
    Substance Abuse Treatment / Sober Housing
     
    Basic Needs
    Food
    Clothing
    Transportation
    Communication (Phone, email, mailbox, etc.)
     
    Benefits
    CalFresh (Food Stamps)
    CalWORKS (TANF) or General Relief (GR)
    Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
    Social Security Benefits (SSA)
    Veteran’s Benefits
     
    Health/Wellness
    Medical Insurance
    Dental Services
    Mental Health Services / Counseling
    HIV/AIDS Services
    Substance Abuse Services
    Disability Services
    Family Support
    Pro-social activities
     
    Education/Employment
    Job Training Programs
    Certification Programs
    Continuing Education (GED / Community College)
     
     Other
    _______________________________
    _______________________________
    _______________________________
     

    My top 3 needs are:
    1) _______________________________
    2) _______________________________
    3) _______________________________


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