Prisoner Re-entry Program


If your agency or organization provides services to offenders or parolees or has a prisoner re-entry program, why not include tax information to help recently released individuals with their taxes?

Take a look at the FREE products here! You can share the DVD and use the easy-to-follow facilitator’s guide with everything you need to deliver training. There also a FREE brochure developed by the IRS to help these individuals understand their tax responsibilities, the benefits of filing income taxes, the available tax credits and much more.

Here is more background PDF on a national effort and opportunities to become involved. Check out the products below for your prisoner re-entry program!

Get Right with Your Taxes



Intended Use/Audience

Ordering Guidelines

Pub. 4931 (DVD)

English version Spanish version

Re-entry coordinator for the soon-to-be-released prisoner audience.

One copy per correctional facility

Pub 4924 -Facilitator's Guide

English version PDF

Spanish version PDF

Provides detailed instructions to anyone administering the outreach sessions.

One copy per facilitator

Pub. 4925 - Life Cycle Brochure

English version PDF
Spanish version PDF

Contains helpful resources and tax information written for the soon-to-be-released prisoner audience.

One copy for each audience member/re-entry program participant

Publication 4931, Get Right with Your Taxes video, is available online at any time from any internet connection. It highlights all the good things about getting right with taxes, e.g., refunds, tax credits, proof of income, Social Security benefits, peace of mind, etc. For use in a re-entry session, you may wish to order a DVD of this production for optimum viewing and teaching.

These products can be ordered through the toll-free number 800-Tax-Form (800-829-3676), from IRS Forms and Publications online, by sending an email to the SPEC Partner email address or by contacting your local SPEC relationship manager.

The Reentry Services Directory was developed by the National Reentry Resource Center (NRRC) to help individuals who have been incarcerated and their families find local reentry services.