Here are 7 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Alabama:
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
Eufaula Housing Authority?s YouthBuild program is a youth development 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.
737 South Orange Avenue, Eufaula, 36027
Regional Alliance 4 Children?s Youth Enrichment Services (YES) Program, a Workforce Investment Act initiative begun in May 2002, enables out-of-school youth to obtain the GED? or online high school diploma and the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC), gain work-readiness and basic occupational skills, access career pathway and post-secondary information, participate in field trips and leadership activities, earn incentives, and receive paid technical education tuition when funds are available. Serving Coffee, Covington, Dale, and Geneva Counties, the YES Program targets out-of-school youth who meet WIOA eligibility requirements. The ages served are 17 (16 if court-ordered) through 24. Other special criteria to enter the program include scoring at least a 5.8 level in both reading and math based on the Computer Learning Works (CLW) test as well as successfully completing a brief probationary period (2 to 4 weeks) to determine commitment to program goals, exhibiting logistical and practical ability to attend class, and posing no perceived threat to other participants or staff. The YES Program serves the neediest youth. All participants are out-of-school and require additional assistance to complete educational and employment goals.
99 Edwards St, Enterprise, 36331
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
The Dannon Project Re-Entry program provides a variety of resources, including help with obtaining personal identification, finding housing, getting job training, healing from substance abuse, and finding employment among several other services.
2324 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, 35205
The Foundry Re-Entry Program is designed to help men leaving prison successfully transition to independence. This Christ-centered ministry equips them with tools they need to remain drug-free and to get established in the community.
1800 4th Ave. North, Bessemer, 35020
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
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021