A person’s successful re-entry into society can be viewed through how adequately they are able to meet six basic life needs: livelihood, residence, family, health, criminal justice compliance and social connections. Those needs manifest differently, depending on the phase an inmate is in when they’re released.
3 categories: Survival, stabilization and self sufficiency. All these categories make up the “Success in the Community” matrix. GROW is designed to assist in the Stabilization Phase.