Mapping Your Future: A Guide to Successful Reentry in Illinois
Mapping Your Future: National Edition
-Shayla Jackson, Social Worker, Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
A New Path: A Guide to the Challenges & Opportunities after Deportation
Illinois Reentry Resources Website
Reentry Video Series
Reentry Guide FAQ
You can request guides via mail, phone, email, or online form. We will mail one to you free of cost. Contact us at:
Reentry Guide Initiative
1001 S. Wright St
Champaign, IL 61820
Each guide costs roughly $11 to print and ship. We are able to supply a limited number of guides for free. However, if your organization is able to contribute towards our printing and mailing costs, please let us know. Invoicing you will allow us to reach even more incarcerated individuals.
Yes. You can download PDFs via the buttons above. Feel free to print copies as well. You can access all our guides as well as a searchable reentry directory at reentryillinois.net
Yes. If you are interested in a large number of guides, we will likely ask about your plans for using them and ask for your help with the cost. We are always looking to learn more about what organizations are doing around reentry in our state, and we want to know how our guides can best support your efforts.
We want the guide to be as helpful as possible. If you have suggestions for us, we would love to hear them. You can send feedback to our office address or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please email us at email@example.com.
Yes. We release updated versions each year.
Thank you for asking! Donate to help us continue to offer free guides to individuals and groups throughout the state. While free to users, it costs us around $11 to print and mail each guide. The Education Justice Project relies on grants and donations to provide the guides free of charge. If you or your organization is requesting guides, please allow us to invoice you for any amount. You can indicate that through the order form.
We also greatly appreciate your feedback. We welcome your suggestions.
We welcome applications year-round from individuals interested in working with our Reentry Guide Initiative (RGI) on a volunteer basis. RGI also has an advisory council of formerly incarcerated individuals who receive modest stipends. You can learn more about the application process here, or contact RGI directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fill out this form here. We will do our best to include you both in our website and print directories where we are restricted by space.