Reentry for Formerly Incarcerated Older Adults

As the overall population ages, the prison population is aging too. Older adults reentering our communities are disproportionately older adults of color who, due to structural discrimination, are at risk of being unable to access the health and economic security programs that could help them live securely in the community. In 2022, Justice in Aging launched a new program to leverage our deep knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, SSI, and other programs to improve the way we support older adults reentering communities after incarceration.

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