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Community Offender Reentry Program Evaluation Project.

Carlson, Sara.

The Community Offender Reentry Program (CORP) has been in existence for three years as a program that provides referral services and intensive case management for offenders being released into the Duluth, Minnesota, area. CORP is approaching the end of its pilot program period; therefore the timing is right for an evaluation to be conducted. The project with CORP had three main goals, these were: 1. To evaluate the inputs and outcomes of the CORP program; 2. To develop on-going evaluation tools; and 3. To assist in meeting the evaluation requirements of various grants. This report is divided into three main sections (Program Evaluation, On-going Evaluation Tools, and Grant Evaluation) with each section containing a discussion of the project associated with the relevant goal.

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Prepared in partnership with Community Action Duluth by the Community Assistantship Program (CAP), administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
31 pp.
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