People involved in the justice system present unique limitations when acclimating back in society. They are faced by joblessness, economic instability, and feelings of isolation. This webinar will outline the impact of trauma experienced by the justice involved population on an individual’s physical and mental health both during incarceration and reentry into society. We will explore the various societal factors that often drive crime and ways to support individuals affected by such obstacles. The presentation will focus on the recovery and restoration process for which a clear connection will be made between reentry into society, belonging, attachment and reconciling a sense of "home".