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Reentry Resource Center - New York

Serving People from Arrest to Reintegration

Frequently Asked Questions about Reentry Net

What is the difference between Reentry Net and Reentry Net/NY?

Reentry Net is a national website. It will serve as a gateway, linking users to statewide resources centers. Through its library, it will also serve as a public clearinghouse of research and policy analysis on reentry issues, with no membership necessary.

Reentry Net/NY is the New York State reentry resource center for advocates. It is the first ever clearinghouse of practical materials for daily use by advocates who work with people with criminal records and their families. Users can gain access to the resource library by registering for a free membership to the site.

Who created Reentry Net?

Reentry Net and Reentry Net/NY are joint projects of Pro Bono Net and The Bronx Defenders, but are made possible by many organizations and individuals. We are guided by a Steering Committee and gather content from a diverse list of contributing organizations.

How do I get a password for Reentry Net/NY?

You may register for your free membership and get a password by clicking here.

What if I forget my password?

You can obtain your password by clicking here. You will be directed to type in the your e-mail address and click "submit."

Once your request is received, your password will be e-mailed to you over a nonsecure connection.

How do I use the library and features?

Click here for instructions on how to use the online library

Click here for tips on searching the site

I Still Have Questions

Questions, comments, feedback, and suggestions are all welcome. Contact Reentry Net Coordinator Dawit Getachew,

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