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Advancing policy and practice to improve lives, health, and safety as people return to communities after incarceration


HARP builds bridges across stakeholders and sectors to advance equitable, effective policy ideas


HARP advances policies that promote continuity of and access to care for people returning to communities from incarceration


HARP works to accelerate and scale new and innovative approaches to health care at reentry

Recent HARP Materials

NEW Issue Brief: From Policy to Practice

Seizing the Moment to Transform Health and Reentry: Convening Summary and Stakeholder Perspectives

NEW Issue Brief: Meeting the Moment

Opportunities to Improve Health and Safety by Changing Medicaid’s Role When People are Incarcerated

Report: Recommendations for Medicaid Payment Models for Opioid Use Disorder Services in Jails and Prisons

Report: Recommendations for Medicaid Performance Measures for Opioid Use Disorder in Jails and Prisons

Report: Recommendations for Medicaid Coverage of Opioid Use Disorder Services in Jails and Prisons

Issue Brief: Paving the Path to Healthier Reentry

How New Medicaid Policies Can Improve Mental Health and Substance Use Support as People Return to Communities

What is HARP?

The Health and Reentry Project (HARP) is a cross-sector initiative to improve the health of people returning to communities after leaving jails and prisons. HARP works to achieve stronger policy and practice at the intersection of the health care and criminal justice systems by building bridges across sectors and stakeholders. Our goal is to improve the health, safety, and wellbeing of people and communities.

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HARP Supporters

HARP is grateful for past and current support from:

Arnold Ventures
The Commonwealth Fund
California Health Care Foundation
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The Rx Foundation
Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies