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Title: Productive Reintegration
Author: Janshen, Brandon
Abstract: This project will re-address the traditional function of the ‘halfway house’ and focus on how this transitional period can benefit both local communities and felons during their pre-release stage of reintegration. The community food cooperative serves as the basis for investigating how the incentives that both released felons, as primary contributors to the cooperative, and the local communities, as primary patrons to the cooperative, may provide for one another. These ideas will be explored through the design of a reentry program where prior offenders would come to live and work while on their way to becoming productive members of society.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Halfway houses.
Pumping stations -- Remodeling for other use.
Food cooperatives.
Miles City (Mont.)
Montana.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16857

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