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Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program (IVTP) Briefing. Presented by: Alonzo T Galloway Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program/ Disabled Veterans Outreach Program WFB: Region 06 & 07 DOC: Region II atgalloway@flcrown.org. Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program Goals.

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incarcerated veterans transition program ivtp briefing

Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program (IVTP) Briefing

Presented by: Alonzo T Galloway

Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program/

Disabled Veterans Outreach Program

WFB: Region 06 & 07

DOC: Region II

atgalloway@flcrown.org

incarcerated veterans transition program goals
Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program Goals
  • Reduce Recidivism
  • Reintegrate Incarcerated Veterans into Workforce
  • Provide Healthcare/Benefits
incarcerated veterans transition program objective
Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program Objective
  • Pilot provides direct services through a case management approach while networking with federal, state, and local resources as well as veteran support programs to reintegrate previously incarcerated veterans into the workforce.
  • Assistance provided within 6 months of separation from incarceration.
challenges and overcoming obstacles
Challenges and Overcoming Obstacles
  • Institutional Issues
    • Points of contact
    • Security clearances
    • Policy/procedure training
    • Program disruptions / security issues
    • Transfer of inmates / little or no notice
    • Limited medicine supply upon release
challenges and overcoming obstacles1
Challenges and Overcoming Obstacles
  • Service Providers
    • Servicing offenders different vs. transitioning military personnel
    • Ability to gain security clearance
    • Continuity of care / VA claim process
    • Facility location
    • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Process
best practices and strategies
Best Practices and Strategies
  • Establishment of Partnerships with DOL & VA Access to correctional facilities
    • Relocation of offenders closer to service provider
    • Leverage of resources - substance abuse treatment, job training, etc.
    • Linkages bridge gaps to assist releasees to other states
    • Divert veterans to treatment programs vs. incarceration
other national resources
Other National Resources

Department of Labor/Veterans’ Employment and Training

1,260 Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Specialists

1,073 Local Veterans’ Employment Representatives

80 Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Programs

17 Veterans’ Workforce Investment Programs

regional and state wide contact
Regional and State Wide Contact

Alonzo Thomas Galloway, DVOP/Incarcerated Veterans’ Transition Program Manager

Florida Crown Workforce Career Center971 West Duval Street, Suite 101 Lake City, FL  32055

(386) 755-9026 ext. 3121 or 3122

(386) 487-1218 Fax

E-mail: atgalloway@flcrown.org

web: www.floridacrown.org