PREP

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PREPPreposition
PREPPre-Exposure Prophylaxis (HIV)
PREPProfessional Enhancement Program
PREPPowerPC Reference Platform
PREPPower Pc Reference Platform
PREPPreparedness for Response Exercise Program (USCG)
PREPPrisoner Re-Entry Program (various locations)
PREPPeer Review Evaluation Process (various organizations)
PREPPost-baccalaureate Research Education Program
PREPPediatrics Review and Education Program
PREPProcess Energetics Program (Center for Energy Studies; University of Texas)
PREPPotentially Reduced-Exposure Product (tobacco industry)
PREPProgrammable Electronics Performance
PREPPre-Freshman Enrichment Program
PREPProfessional Research Experience Program
PREPPreventive Relationship Enhancement Program
PREPPre-Discharge Education Program
PREPPolicy Resource Education Paper
PREPPreparation & Readiness Evaluation Period
PREPPrisoners' Reading Encouragement Project, Inc (New York, New York)
PREPPeriodic Radar Evaluation Program
PREPProgressively Reaching Excellence in Professionalism (Texas A&M University)
PREPProduction Risk Evaluation Program
PREPPrepare/Prepared/Preparatory
PREPPreliminary Review and Evaluation Panel (US Department of Justice)
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After a decade helping beleaguered ex-offenders resume productive lives, the Drive-to-Work team now is offering education programs, including a one-hour seminar in Virginia prisons as part of the state's prisoner re-entry program.
Bush selected Operation New Hope as the pilot site for the Ready4Work program, a prisoner re-entry program that has since been introduced in 16 U.S.
(11) Community Mediation Maryland's Prisoner Re-entry program is an innovative solution that seeks to assist offenders in overcoming the difficulties in returning home by providing an opportunity for offenders to have conversations with family and other supportive individuals, one-on-one and facilitated by a trained mediator, so they can address the past, heal relationships and make plans for the future.
So Smith has launched a major prisoner re-entry program in South Phoenix, a 10-block area with 300 ex-felons and people still on parole.
"That was a great moment for us," said Roberts, executive director of the New Orleans-based prisoner re-entry program started in 1994.
America's most imaginative prisoner re-entry program isn't flourishing in some left-leaning coastal city, but rather in solid "heart of America" Wichita, Kan.
As a result of that, they put us in the top seven prisoner re-entry programs, which was a great honor.
In 2003 Lukenbill founded the Lampstand Foundation, a lay apostolate that provides written materials and resources to small non-profits and agencies involved in prisoner re-entry programs, including some church-affiliated organizations.
The remaining programs covered in the study are homelessness prevention programs for tenants at risk of homelessness and prisoner re-entry programs. The tenant-based support programs are the Supported Housing Assistance Program (SHAP) and the Private Rental Support and Advocacy Program (PRSAP).
Prisoner re-entry programs offer a way not to confine and separate them but to reintegrate them through expanded opportunity--and to increase public safety in the process.
"Besides law enforcement resources, cities need resources for prisoner re-entry programs, afterschool programs, housing and workforce development, if we are to be successful in reversing this trend," Peterson told the Attorney General.
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