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Name 1NameProfessorCourseDateA Prisoner Reentry Action PlanThe term reentry means the transition of offenders from prisons to community supervision, thus returning to everyday life in the community. When you are jailed for a specifiedterm, he/she must be released and taken back to the city where he belongs; therefore, some critical issues must be addressed to such a person and the community for the citizens' safety and trust. It has been believed for quite some time that people from prison are always dangerous to the community and that they could do more harm than before, and these have brought fear and discomfort to the community through these could also be true or false. But the majority of the offenders are just trying to get on with their lives and start a new after serving time as punishment for their actions [ CITATION Sar20 \l 1033 ].Addiction is a mental and physical disease that can affect an individual for a long term or a short term period depending on the course of it. Therefore when one person is said to be an alcoholic, he/she must have been addicted to it for quite some time, and according to the researchdone it states that once a person is alcoholic, he/she will be helped from that state after some essential steps done in them. When the offender is an alcoholic, and he had served five years in prison. It means that he/she could have some other problems in the body, which are to observe the moment he/she is released to avoid some other danger in his/her life as he struggles immensely while the attempts are to settle back in the community [ CITATION Sar20 \l 1033 ].
Name 2However, the offender will have to go for the drug/alcohol treatment programs that will help him/her to be able to fit back to the community. These treatment programs will help the offender reduce the drinking rate and even report fewer-related problems that might occur again within the offender's family or the community.Reentry programs provide services in prisons and communities considering different reentry types that focus on many varieties such as mental health, education, alcohol and drug services, and employment[ CITATION Bae03 \l 1033 ].Since the offender did not have an opportunity to finish school, these could affect him/herin many ways, like not finding a job within the community. He/she could also be of minimum chances of understanding the new skills and techniques; hence the room for a job would be challenging to find. Therefore it will force him/ her to attend the Newark library courses to get a GED, thus the general educational development that will help him/her a lot, since it will open doors to job opportunities[ CITATION Bae03 \l 1033 ].

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