After serving in prison, inmates who get out of jail return to life of homelessness and burdening society with "victimless crimes" or more known as quality of life crimes.
These quality of life crimes are crimes against property such as vandalism, trespassing and graffiti. They can affect businesses and harm the livability of residents. The problem is there are fewer services for homeless. This results into more law breakers knowing how to get rides in court and still get back on the streets with law enforcement charging them of vagrancy.
Programs that provide emotional support; friendship for individuals who are incarcerated in a correctional facility, which facilitate continued contact between inmates and family members and significant others and/or provide services to aid in the well-being and reformation of incarcerated individuals . Correctional Education; Family Visitation Programs; Family Visitation Support; Inmate Visitation Programs; Inmate Visiting Transportation; Jail Visitation Programs; Offender Advocates; Pregnant/Parenting Inmate Support Programs; Prison Library Services; Prison Ministries; Prison Ministry; Prison Visitation Programs; Prisoner Locator Services; Religious Services for Inmates; Volunteer Inmate Visiting; Volunteer Jail Visiting
Federal Programs Related to - Services for the Homeless
Programs that provide supportive services for individuals and families who are homeless or which work with people who are at risk for homelessness in an effort to prevent them from losing their permanent residence.
Federal Programs Related to - Crime Control & Prevention
Programs that discourage preventable crime, obtain information from the public about suspected criminal activity, investigate alleged crimes, provide support for witnesses to and victims of crimes and reduce targeted types of crime.