Erin Allain, M.A.

Senior Program Associate
Erin Allain, M.A., is a senior program associate at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP), where she oversees the Massachusetts Access to Recovery (ATR) provider network, developing necessary changes for improvement and working with community organizations to develop new job-training programs. Before joining AHP, Ms. Allain worked as a policy specialist for the Crime and Justice Institute, Community Resources for Justice, where she led qualitative research projects on reentry, policing, and responses to COVID-19 and provided technical assistance to jails, prisons, and residential reentry centers on solutions-focused, evidence-based practices, including the Transition from Jail to Community initiative, funded by the National Institute of Corrections. She also developed and led trainings for community supervision staff (adult and juvenile systems) on evidence-based practices. Ms. Allain holds an M.A. in crime and justice studies from Suffolk University, with a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Massachusetts Boston expected in 2021. 

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