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reintegration

 [re″in-tĕ-gra´shun]
1. biological integration.
2. the restoration of harmonious mental function after disintegration of the personality in mental illness.

re·in·te·gra·tion

(rē'in-tĕ-grā'shŭn),
In the mental health care professions, the return to well-adjusted functioning following disturbances due to mental illness.

reintegration

/re·in·te·gra·tion/ (-in-tĕ-gra´shun)
1. biological integration after a state of disruption.
2. restoration of harmonious mental function after disintegration of the personality in mental illness.

re·in·te·gra·tion

(rē-in'tĕ-grā'shŭn)
In the mental health professions, the return to well-adjusted functioning following disturbances due to mental illness.
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WHY: Far too many women veterans struggle to access available reintegration services and supports when and where they need them.
The question remains: How must criminal policies change in order to improve the social reintegration process for current and former prisoners and to lower the incidence of second offenses?
Specifically, one's sense of self, or self-concept, as defined through one's role as a Veteran may have a substantial impact on community reintegration long after returning from combat or separating from the military [16].
During a daylong discussion, other topics discussed at length included, updates on the implementation of the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees (SSAR), , presentation of the Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) programme , voluntary repatriation updates from both the countries, reintegration efforts in Afghanistan and management of Afghans in Pakistan.
This strategy, implemented also in partnership with employers' body CGEM, National agency for job and competence promotion (ANAPEC), the Attawfiq association for microfinance and the Moroccan association for textile industries, enables to raise the number of beneficiaries of preparation services for reintegration within prisons to 9,743 in 2013 against 479 in 2006.
Offenders are required to sign a contract for participation in a reintegration center and peer accountability, because the integrity of the center is an important concept.
Parent and teacher ratings of their confidence that the reintegrated student would make reading progress comparable to their low-reading peers provided another indication of reintegration success.
Many analysts doubt that either the reintegration or reconciliation drive will have much success, at least as long as the Taliban believe they are winning the war.
This, however, does not mean that all problems related to reintegration are completely resolved.
The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program seeks to minimize the stresses of military service, specifically when a Reservist deploys and the family faces separation.
The goal is to convene a broader community of leaders from the public, private, and civil sectors to discuss four key objectives: themes, issues, and challenges faced by service members and veterans returning to civilian life; the definition of successful community reintegration; action plans to address specific issues of community reintegration that reach across sectors; and mega-community work groups to address specific issues of community reintegration.