Here are 7 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Arizona:
Arizona Common Ground connectis released inmates with long-term, gainful employment through life skills training; and engaging the community in education to create effective solutions to re-entry.
1522 East Southern Avenue, Phoenix, 85042
The RISE UP program is focused on providing opportunities for young adults 18-24 years old who have had contact, or are currently involved, with the criminal justice system. Participants will be assisted and connected with a variety of resources by their personal case manager to ensure participant life success. Individuals involved in the program will be provided with financial literacy, restoration of rights, soft skill, social skill workshops, and other necessary guidance.
802 S. 1st Ave., Phoenix, 85003
Places youth with local employers during the summer and after school for training and work experience.
300 N 4th Ave, Tucson, 85705
Fresh Start can help you adjust to life outside of jail or prison with foundation work readiness training including application, resumes, interviewing, job leads, job search attire, transportation, and other needs.
1130 E. McDowell Rd., Tucson, 85006
The Old Pueblo Community Foundation and Compass Healthcare have collaborated to offer a state-wide corrections a re-entry program for male and female offenders on the verge of parole revocation.
4501 E. Fifth Street, Tucson, 85711
The Prisoner Re-entry Program (PREP) is designed to assist newly ex-prisoners in the community through an employment-based program that incorporates housing, mentoring, job training, and other services.
811 S. 6th Ave., Tucson, 85701
The mission of St. Joseph the Worker is to assist homeless, low-income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment.
5800 North 19th Avenue, Phoenix, 85015
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021