In the past several years, reentry has emerged as a major issue at the national, state, and local level. The incarceration and return of large numbers of individuals, with their associated public health concerns, affects many neighborhoods already plagued by high crime rates, poverty, and residential mobility. Most inmates in our jails and prison will return to the neighborhoods they came from, poorly equipped to deal with family, work or the stresses of daily life. Reentry is a community concern that affects us all.