Around 140 Swedish people have returned to the country after fighting for terror organisations in Syria and Iraq.
Lund County, in south Sweden, is now considering giving the jihadi defectors incentives to reintegrate into society.
The mooted benefits are housing grants, help to re-enter the workforce and free driving licenses.
Lund County’s municipal co-ordinator against violent extremism, Anna Sjostrand, said her region would deal with the returned radicals the same way they would deal with criminals attempting to reenter society.
Ms Sjostrand said: “When the subject first came up, we thought ‘Oh God, how should we handle this?’
“But we pretty quickly realised that we should deal with [people defecting from ISIS] in the same way [we deal with people defecting from criminal gangs].”