About the Journal

Author: Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D.
© 2018  |  64 pages

This weekly planning journal assists formerly incarcerated individuals in dealing with key transition issues during their first 99 days after release.

Addressing the hopes and fears commonly shared among formerly incarcerated individuals, this resource focuses on the nuts and bolts of implementation. The journal prompts individuals to:

  • specify three major objectives each week.
  • identify specific supporting daily activities.
  • anticipate related outcomes.
  • evaluate their progress at the end of each week.
  • make key adjustments for the next week.

Key Features

  • Provides an important structure for keeping formerly incarcerated individuals focused on the things they need to do on a daily basis to succeed after their release.
  • Offers flexibility to use with individuals or in group settings.
  • Addresses commitment, key contacts, appointments, financial planning, budgeting, personal information, documentation, and re-entry resources.


  1. Prepare for Re-Entry Success
  2. DAY 1 – Commit Yourself to Success
  3. Plan Your Next 14 Weeks of Activities
  4. Appointment Calendar/Meeting Log
  5. Community-Based Service Providers
  6. Directory of Key Contacts
  7. Finance Your Future
  8. Budget Your Income and Expenditures
  9. Personal Information/Documentation
  10. Major Re-Entry Plans
  11. Key Re-Entry Success Resources

Request More Information or a Quote

Interested in using this journal in your program or curriculum? Contact your JIST account manager for more information.