The Reentry Simulation mirrors the struggles and challenges faced by individuals who are transitioning from incarceration back into society. The goal of this simulation is for participants to gain an understanding of the significant obstacles faced by men and women attempting to navigate the system upon their release from incarceration and returning home to their communities. To walk in the shoes of one who is returning home provides invaluable insight for professionals who are tasked with helping those individuals achieve a successful reentry. Over the course of about 1 and 1/2 hours, participants experience the first month of post-release life. Each participant assumes the identity of a returning citizen, and the participants then set out to navigate their new lives. To learn more about this empathy-led learning experience, receive a quote or to schedule a simulation at your school, business or organization that works with the reentry population, email us.