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  Prison officials work with the soon-to-be released inmates to help them reconnect with family members, find housing, get a driver’s license and open a bank account. The goal is to introduce a strange new world to people who may have been incarcerated for decades. Missing Data: A Critical Obstacle to Evaluating and Improving Value in Geriatric Correctional Healthcare. The growing number of older prisoners affects every state in the U.S. (Table 1) 26,27 and generates high healthcare costs.6–11 Yet the precise costs, and the reasons for these high costs, are unknown. For example, a commonly cited figure in policy and government reports estimates that Cited by:   A Defense Department report in calculated the annual cost of operating Guantánamo Bay’s prison and court system at $ million, or .   It cost the state — and by extension, taxpayers — an average of $36, to incarcerate a single person in Michigan in You can buy a new Ford Explorer for that, according to Kelley Blue Book.

  With the TRULINCS computer system come the TRULINCS printers. Inmates can now print their emails and case-law through them. It costs inmates 3 TRU-Units ($) per page to print. When considering that some cases and program statements can be a significant number of pages, cost factors can come into play.   In that number was just o average inmates housed daily. With the average cost per inmate of $25,, the state of Illinois spent more . More than , copies of the book, Houses of Healing, are in circulation in state and federal prisons as well as larger county jails nationwide. Approximately half of these have been distributed free of charge to prison and jail libraries, prison programs, and individual prisoners nationwide. RESOURCES FOR PRISONERS. Free Books and Newsletters # 1 – Pen Pals # 14 – Meditation Resources # 20 – In addition to the list provided on the following pages, Source Point Global Outreach provides a free page Resource Directory for Prisoners.

Segregation Unit cost $77, annually, while inmates in general population cost $58, Statewide, taxpayers pay an additional $ million annually to keep prisoners in solitary confinement.7 • Connecticut: In Connecticut, housing a prisoner in solitary confinement costs an average of twice as much as housing a prisoner in general.   State budget for prisons. California spends $8 billion on its prison system. New York trails behind the Golden State in comparison. 1. California $8,,,   Most inmates in lower-security facilities are housed in a dorm setting. Therein, the housing unit consists of a large room with a number of bunk beds. The dorm could have as few as 50 inmates (25 bunk beds) or as many as inmates ( bunk beds). Some dorms have rows and rows of bunk beds which are in close proximity to one another. Helping a returning prisoner find suitable housing will have a huge impact on whether he/she will successfully reenter the community as a law-abiding citizen or return to prison. Contact your local Prison Fellowship staff at to learn more about reentry needs in your community and to connect with others involved in reentry ministry.