Resettlement (housing, finance, and employment): Resettlement refers to the efforts made during and after incarceration to guarantee that individuals contribute to the society living law-abiding and prosperous lives. Resettlement includes practical skills such as navigating public systems, accessing social services, understanding legal rights and responsibilities, obtaining identification documents, finding affordable housing options and gainful employment, budgeting and managing personal finances. By providing these resources, individuals can develop the necessary skills to reintegrate into society smoothly and become self-sufficient.