Today, DC RAN Co-Chair, Chiquisha Robinson, was quoted in a Washington Post article regarding the new halfway house:

Before the meeting, Chiquisha Robinson, co-chair of the prisoner advocacy group DC Reentry Action Network, said about 2,000 people return to the city from prison each year.

“It is critical that we have a local halfway house that will offer residents high quality programs and services to assist with securing housing, finding employment, receiving health care treatment and rebuilding their lives and communities,” she said in an email.