Audience: Family members and the (formerly) incarcerated resident. An alternative version can be designed for the correctional facility use.
Function: To raise awareness and show relevance. Inspire trust in the program.
Form: Poster, simple bold messaging. easily legible.
Content:Captures the core of the problem and the solution, defines the audience. Includes the name of the program and clear instructions (i.e. number to call, website, address, contact person.) Customizable version can include blank spaces for different locations to add their own information.

! Avoids terms like “no risk”, “legal”, or “avoid eviction”.
Audience: Family members, (formerly) incarcerated resident, and the advising counselor.
Function: Laying out options, directing through application steps with the help of the counselor.
Form: Bound or foldable book. Different scenarios can be color coded.
Content: Outlines the three paths of returning to NYCHA residency, provides information about the policy for each, and directs through the action steps.

! Avoids technical terms, uses relevant language for those both in and outside of prison.
Audience: Family members  to be passed along to the (formerly) incarcerated relative
Function: To supports the program spread through word-of-mouth.
Form: Postcard or palm card. As an alternative, a promo item, such as keychain or planner can be used to increase the attractiveness.
Content: Simple attractive messaging and the contact information of the program.

! Visibility of the program involvement might be an issue, keeping the stigma of incarceration in mind.
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