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Reentry Programs in Alabama

Here are 14 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Alabama:

  • 1. Aid to Inmate Mothers - Reconnect Program

    Project Reconnect is an aftercare program to prepare the women for release, and to help them overcome the barriers they encounter as they make their transition back into the community. After release, Aid to Inmate Mothers steps in to help the women secure jobs and housing, and to provide essential supportive counseling.

    660??Morgan Avenue, Montgomery, 36104

    334-262-2245

  • 2. Bevill State Community College - Fayette

    SOS stands for Second Opportunity System and the important word is OPPORTUNITY. This program helps out-of-school youth find opportunities into success. The successes youth have attained in SOS have been inspirational to others that follow. The SOS staff is proud of every effort made by the out-of-school youth to make the most of the opportunities presented to them. You must be out of school and between the ages of 16 and 24 and have: Driver's License or State Issued ID Social Security Card

    2631 Temple Avenue N, Fayette, 35555

    800-648-3271

  • 3. Bevill State Community College - Hamilton

    SOS stands for Second Opportunity System and the important word is OPPORTUNITY. This program helps out-of-school youth find opportunities into success. The successes youth have attained in SOS have been inspirational to others that follow. The SOS staff is proud of every effort made by the out-of-school youth to make the most of the opportunities presented to them. You must be out of school and between the ages of 16 and 24 and have: Driver's License or State Issued ID Social Security Card

    1481 Military Street S, Hamilton, 35570

    800-648-3271

  • 4. Bevill State Community College - Jasper

    SOS stands for Second Opportunity System and the important word is OPPORTUNITY. This program helps out-of-school youth find opportunities into success. The successes youth have attained in SOS have been inspirational to others that follow. The SOS staff is proud of every effort made by the out-of-school youth to make the most of the opportunities presented to them. You must be out of school and between the ages of 16 and 24 and have: Driver's License or State Issued ID Social Security Card Proof of Income and one of the following barriers: Basic Skills Deficient Job Skills Deficient Pregnant or Parenting Birth Certificate of Child High School Drop Out Foster Care/Homeless Juvenile or Adult Offender

    1411 Indiana Avenue, Jasper, 35501

    800-648-3271

  • 5. Bevill State Community College - Sumiton

    SOS stands for Second Opportunity System and the important word is OPPORTUNITY. This program helps out-of-school youth find opportunities into success. The successes youth have attained in SOS have been inspirational to others that follow. The SOS staff is proud of every effort made by the out-of-school youth to make the most of the opportunities presented to them. You must be out of school and between the ages of 16 and 24 and have: Driver's License or State Issued ID Social Security Card

    101 State Street, Sumiton, 35148

    800-648-3271

  • 6. Department of Youth Services District 210

    The mission of the Alabama Department of Youth Services is to be a life-changing resource for youth involved in the justice system by providing quality educational opportunities, services and supports to reduce reoffending, improve positive outcomes, strengthen families, and enhance community safety. Our vision is to connect with youth involved in the justice system and to change the trajectory of their lives.

    1000 Industrial School Road, Mount Meigs, 36057

  • 7. Easter Seals of West Alabama

    To make a difference in the lives of people living with disabilities and their families by helping them live full, independent ?lives, and reach their goals. ESWA?s Workforce Development Program provides a wide range of activities and programs designed to get individuals to work. Through the three prongs of this program: Vocational Services, Supported Employment Services, and Transportation Services, ESWA averages putting over 100 individuals in the workforce each year. ESWA?s Future Promise Program provides educational and occupational services to eligible youth ages 16 to 24 in Tuscaloosa County who have dropped out of school. We seek to guide these participants on a path towards a brighter future when they are at a critical crossroad in their lives.

    1400 James I. Harrison, Jr. Pkwy East, Tuscaloosa, 35405

    205-759-1211

  • 8. Eufaula Housing Authority - YouthBuild

    Eufaula Housing Authority?s YouthBuild program is a youth job placement program that serves out-of-school youth in the Barbour County area. Young adults ages 16-24 are provided with the opportunity, hope, and support to rebuild their lives and are equipped with the necessary skills to facilitate lifelong success in both the workforce and the community. Participants must also be from one of six groups which include: Low-income household Parent incarcerated Youth aging out of foster care Youth with a disability Homeless Adjudicated youth Migrant Youth

    830 South Randolph, Eufaula, 36027

    334-232-4203

  • 9. Regional Alliance 4 Children

    Pathway?s Residential Diversion Program is designed for males and females ages 10 to 18. Pathway?s primary goal is to divert moderate to very high risk youth from commitment to the Alabama Department of Youth Services. The program has (52) male and (18) female beds that are licensed by the Alabama Department of Youth Services. Pathway, Inc. designates (40) male and (16) female beds to the Regional Alliance 4 Children. The Regional Alliance 4 Children consists of the following counties: Barbour, Coffee, Covington, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston and Pike. The program is adjusted to treat the population based upon the data identifying their unique risks and needs. Individualized treatment plans and subsequent provision of services emphasize needs and focus on performance based outcomes for the youth, families, the Juvenile Courts and the Department of Youth Services. Pathway?s Moderate Residential Program is designed for males and females ages 10-18 with mild emotional and/or behavior problems. The program has 18 moderate beds (10) male (8) female licensed by Alabama Department of Human Resources. Pathway offers a unique and highly structured program of professional intervention. Our environment is designed to support a dynamic, developmental challenging array of comprehensive services. Philosophically, Pathway embraces a traditional concept of authenticity. When entrusted with our neighbors children, we will provide the same degree of specialized services that we would consider appropriate for our own children under care. Pathway?s Intensive Residential Program is a residential treatment facility serving both males and females age 10-18 with moderate to severe emotional and behavioral problems. The program has 20 intensive beds (10) male and (10) female licensed by Alabama Department of Human Resources. Emphasizing a focus on healthy adolescent development, the treatment staff provides comprehensive, challenging and therapeutic services. Pathway utilizes an interdisciplinary treatment team approach to address the complex issues that these adolescents exhibit. Team members include Psychiatrists, Nurses, Teachers and Therapist. Building relationships with the children and their families is an essential part of the treatment process.

    P.O. Box 311206, Enterprise, 36331

    334-894-6322

  • 10. Reid State Technical College

    The WIOA Youth Program at Reid State Technical College serves out-of-school individuals, ages 16-24, in Conecuh, Escambia, Monroe, and Wilcox Counties. We are educating and empowering the future of the workforce by assisting participants in overcoming barriers to attaining their education, training, employment, and career goals. Participants can earn at least one certification such as Forklift, NCCER Core, and the Career Readiness Certificate while developing employability, on-the-job, and life skills. Many students will also have the opportunity to participate in PAID Work-Based Learning. The WIOA Youth Program partners with community organizations and business and industry members to reach the most in-need and at-risk individuals. The WIOA Youth Program is federally funded through the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act, The Alabama Department of Labor, and the Southwest Alabama Partnership for Training and Employment (SWAPTE). Adult Education Services: The mission of Reid State Technical College Adult Education Program is to change lives through education by helping individuals reach their full potential. The program will provide Adults with the opportunity to improve academic skills, literacy skills, life skills, essential skills, and prepare for the GED test. By assisting students with improving their skills, students will gain the needed skills for the workforce and transition into a career or postsecondary education program. The mission will be accomplished through individualized, computer based and group instruction. All students will be encouraged to set goals appropriate to their potential.

    PO Box 588, Evergreen, 36401

    251-578-1313

  • 11. Renascence, Inc. - Re-entry Programs

    Renascence, Inc. assists in the transition of non-violent, male ex-offenders from prison to steady employment and responsible living. Renascence provides housing, appropriate monotoring, interpersonal and life skills programs, recovery support groups, as well as access to employment, health, and educational services / opportunities.

    215 Clayton Street, Montgomery, 36104

    334-832-1402

  • 12. Second Chance Foundation

    The Second Chance Works program is part of the Second Chance Foundation designed for youth currently out of school and at risk for not completing a traditional high school programs due to various circumstances (expulsion, dropout, legal issues, etc.). Our Mission is to help out- of school youth between the ages of 16-24 build skills necessary to enter and maintain employment, while guiding each youth through exploration of career possibilities. This program provides free GED preparation and testing, counseling, and career preparation to participants.

    810 Cedar Street, Montgomery, 36106

    334-263-9733

  • 13. The Dannon Project - Re-Entry Programs

    For 21 years, The Dannon Project has provided re-entry services to those that have been involved with the juvenile or adult justice system. Since 2009, The Dannon Project has been awarded continuous funding from the Department of Labor (DOL) to fund re-entry and risk prevention initiatives. The Dannon Project has consistently remained one of the top producing re-entry programs nationwide.

    2324 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, 35203

    205-202-4072

  • 14. The Lovelady Center

    The Lovelady Center is a 9 to 12 month program designed to restore hope and rebuild lives. Women and their children enter our program for various reasons, all needing help in their lives. By introducing women and children to Christ and offering a multitude of needed services, The Lovelady Center helps women attain a brighter future.

    7916 2nd Avenue South, Birmingham, 35206

    205-833-7410

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023