Investing in Housing to Break the Incarceration Cycle
December 10, 2021 | Grantee Publications | Criminal Justice, Impact Investments
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A report from the Urban Institute examines how existing funding streams limit housing options for people with criminal justice involvement. It highlights the role impact investing can play in addressing this problem. People who were formerly incarcerated often struggle to find affordable housing, which is key to well-being, economic stability, and breaking cycles of incarceration. This MacArthur-supported report identifies four ways that impact investing can help meet this crucial need: plan for reentry, provide housing with no or few conditions, support the whole-person, and fund multiple pathways to housing.

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