The E-Book/EPub version of Life With A Record
*This is a digital copy of this book - not a physical copy.
NEW RULES FOR A NEW YOU - Things don't magically change after you get kicked out of prison. Life starts all over again but there's a catch, having a record impacts almost every part of your life. With this book you'll find out how to prepare for life as an ex-offender. Filled with insights, advice, contacts, and exercises the information strikes legal, personal and professional levels. A real world guide for minimizing disruptions and maximizing success. Life With A Record helps make sense of the major challenges facing ex-offenders today. Ten hard hitting chapters outline the purpose of making a Strategic Reentry Plan and making peace with supervisors, family, your community and your future. Written by well-known reentry technician Anthony Tinsman, it packs an amazing amount of material into its pages and gives you a quick, easy to follow, full spectrum of instruction. Inside you will find: > How to rebuild your credit and begin financial recovery > Halfway house rules and supervision terms > Special grants and loans to finance education, job training, or starting a business > Legal tips for dealing with discrimination in employment, housing and collegiate settings > Discussion of success stories, best practices, reuniting families, plus much more > Directory with hundreds of reentry contacts > Sample forms and documents that cut through red tape > How to regain your civil and political rights Life With a Record explores the most commonly confronted issues and attitudes that sabotage reentry. It provides tools that cut across functions of discrimination, in corporations, political life and throughout society. It opens the door to empowerment, reminding ex-offenders that change and long term freedom begins with a commitment to daily growth. Addressing the whole reentry process, Life With a Record is "must" reading for anyone preparing to leave prison and face the world. It's an ideal book for ex-offenders with decades of experience as well as first time prisoners who need help jump starting their new life.