Module 1: Getting Started

Module 2: Leadership, Vision and Organizational Culture

Module 3: Collaborative Structure and Joint Ownership

Module 4: Data-Driven Understanding of Local Reentry

Module 5: Targeted Intervention Strategies

Module 6: Screening and Assessment

Module 7: Transition Plan Development

Module 8: Targeted Transition Interventions

Module 9: Self-Evaluation and Sustainability

Reentry Revisited

Let’s revisit what we have learned so far in the Leadership, Vision, and Organizational Culture module. Please answer the following question.

A TJC leader will need to

Develop an infrastructure for interagency and community collaboration.

Have a “hands-off” approach to engaging others in the TJC process.

Eliminate any organizational dissent.

Focus only on his or her agency.


Now that you have completed this section, you understand that for the TJC model to be a long- term and sustainable success, leaders at all levels of each partnering agency need to be fully committed to the TJC effort. Such TJC leaders are necessary for championing systems change and fostering a culture of interagency collaboration.

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