The Office of Reentry is dedicated to reducing recidivism in Cuyahoga County.
OJPC works to reduce the number of incarcerated people, expand the opportunities for people with criminal records, and protect the human rights and dignity of incarcerated people.
ARTICLES & TEXTS
- Allen, K. R., & Bradley, L. (2015). Career counseling with juvenile offenders: Effects on self-efficacy and career maturity. Journal Of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 36(1), 28-42.
- Bradshaw, C. P., Brown, J. S., & Hamilton, S. F. (2006). Applying positive youth development and life-course research to the treatment of adolescents involved with the judicial system. Journal Of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 27(1), 2-16.
- Graham, J. A., & Harris, Y. R. (2013). Children of color and parental incarceration: Implications for research, theory, and practice. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 41(2), 66-81.
- Johnson, K. F. (2013). Preparing ex-offenders for work: applying the self-determination theory to social cognitive career counseling. Journal Of Employment Counseling, 50(2), 83-93.
- Laux, J., Calmes, S., Moe, J., Dupuy, P., Cox, J., Ventura, L., Williamson, C., & Lambert, E. (2011). The clinical mental health counseling needs of mothers in the criminal justice system. The Family Journal, 19(3), 291-298.
- Lopez, C., & Bhat, C. (2007). Supporting students with incarcerated parents in schools: a group intervention. Journal For Specialists In Group Work, 32(2), 139-206.
- Murray, J. (2014). Effects of parental incarceration on children: Cross-national comparative studies. Washington, D.C: American Psychological Association.
- Petsch, P., & Rochlen, A. B. (2010). Children of incarcerated parents: Implications for school counselors. Journal of School Counseling, 7(40).
- Thompson, M. N., & Cummings, D. L. (2010). Enhancing the career development of individuals who have criminal records. The Career Development Quarterly, 58(3), 209-218.