Compares the experiences of women returning from prison with those of men, including being reunited with children and obtaining employment and child care. Explores policies and practices that would help support women prisoners' reentry.
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Title: Women on the Outside: Understanding the Experiences of Female Prisoners Returning to Houston, Texas
Publication date 2009-06-05
Publication Year 2009
Lisa E. Brooks
, Nancy La Vigne
, Tracey Shollenberger
North America / United States (Southwestern) / Texas
, North America / United States (Southwestern) / Texas / Harris County / Houston
, state jail
, percent reported
, eight to ten
, months after release
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