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Reentry Programs in Colorado
23 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Colorado

Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Colorado

  • 1. Arapahoe/Douglas Works - Aurora

    Workforce Center is a member of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment?s statewide network of workforce centers, which provide a variety of no-cost services to job seekers and businesses. If you are the age of 16 to 24, not attending school, and need assistance with achieving your education and employment goals, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program can help.

    14880 East Alameda Street, Aurora, 80012

    303-636-1161

  • 2. Arapahoe/Douglas Works - Centennial

    Workforce Center is a member of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment?s statewide network of workforce centers, which provide a variety of no-cost services to job seekers and businesses. If you are the age of 16 to 24, not attending school, and need assistance with achieving your education and employment goals, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program can help.

    6974 S. Lima Street, Centennial, 80112

    303-636-1260

  • 3. Aurora Center for Treatment, LLC

    Aurora center for treatment offers a full range of counseling services in a private and supportive environment.

    1591 Chambers Rd, Aurora, 80011

    303-340-8990

  • 4. Center for Employment Opportunities - Colorado Springs

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) provides comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success.

    888 Garden of the Gods Rd., Colorado Springs, 80907

    719-694-5450

  • 5. Center for Employment Opportunities - Denver

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) provides comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success.

    3532 Franklin St., Denver, 80205

    720-279-8489

  • 6. Community Works - Denver Works

    Community Works - DenverWorks offers free employment services including jobseekers/former offender workshops, one-on-one client and case management, mentoring opportunities and a clothing closet providing clothing for men and women in need of interview and work attire.

    929 29th St,, Denver, 80205

    303-433-0300

  • 7. Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP)

    GRASP (Gang Rescue and Support Project) is a peer-run, intervention program that works with youth who are at-risk of gang involvement or are presently active in gangs, helps families of gang victims, and serves as a youth advocate.

    701 S. Logan St, Denver, 80209

    303-777-3117

  • 8. Gilliam School

    Gilliam Youth Services Center personnel are committed to modeling excellence. Through restorative principles, we teach youth to become responsible, productive citizens while keeping the community safe.

    2844 Downing St, Denver, 80205

    303-291-8929

  • 9. Goodwill Industries - WorkReady

    Goodwill Denver Career Connection Centers are one-stop shops for career development and job search assistance. We provide FREE services to help you get a job, get a better job, and gain the skills needed for a rewarding career.

    3100 S. Sheridan Blvd., Denver, 80227

    720-287-5125

  • 10. Northeast Denver Islamic Center

    Serving ex-offenders in the Northeast Denver area. Employment referrals, clothing and transportation, life skills training.

    3400 Albion Street, Denver, 80207

    720-941-3819

  • 11. ReHire Colorado

    Transitional employment program that combines wage-paid work, jobs skills training, and supportive services to help individuals succeed in the workforce.

    429 W. 10th Street, Pueblo, 81003

    719-562-3728

  • 12. SERVICIOS DE LA RAZA

    Our mission is to provide and advocate for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities to our community. We are an accessible community resource, strategically linked with churches, schools, and myriad private, public sector agencies in a collaborative effort.

    4555 Tejon St, Denver, 80211

    303-458-5851

  • 13. Savio House

    Savio is dedicated to eliminating violence, crime, drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse and neglect, and other destructive behaviors in families through care, support and education.

    325 King Street, Denver, 80234

    303-225-4100

  • 14. Second Chance Center

    Our employment, career and occupational services are designed to give clients the support and resources they need to prepare for, attain, and excel in a new job.

    9722 E 16th Ave., Aurora, 80010

    303-537-5838

  • 15. The Comitis Crisis Center, Inc

    Since 1960 Mile High Behavioral Healthcare has been dedicated to empowering individuals in shaping healthy, viable, complete lives. The care we provide is vital to those on the fringes of our community?individuals struggling to hold on and move forward. For those high-risk, high-need individuals there are significant barriers to the services they need. We are there for them with life changing care.

    2178 Victor Street, Aurora, 80045

    720-975-0155

  • 16. The Empowerment Program

    The mission of The Empowerment Program is to provide education, employment assistance, health, housing referrals and support services to women who are in disadvantaged positions due to incarceration, poverty, homelessness, HIV/AIDS infection or involvement in the criminal justice system.

    1600 York Street, Denver, 80206

    303-320-1989

  • 17. The Gateway Project - Aravada

    Gateway is about more than academics. We provide personal attention to students while combining traditional coursework with other life skills. Through mentoring, technical assistance,

    5420 Miller Street, Aravada, 80002

    303-914-6264

  • 18. The Gateway Project - Lakewood

    The Gateway Project at Red Rocks Community College is about more than academics. We provide personal attention to students while combining traditional coursework with other life skills. Through mentoring, technical assistance, and other resources, we assist you in making positive changes in all areas of your life.

    13300 West Sixth Avenue, Lakewood, 80228

    303-914-6600

  • 19. The Matthews House - Empowering Youth

    Tutoring- Study Skills Training, Secondary School Instruction, Dropout Prevention Instruction, and Alternative Secondary School

    415 Mason Ct, #1, Fort Collins, 80524

    970-472-0609

  • 20. The Road Called STRATE

    The Road Called STRATE assist ex-offenders reintegrate and adjust backinto society by offering the following services, job readiness training, employment listings, job preparation and retention classes, G.E.D.preparation, and Internet and job search classes.

    1532 Galena St., Aurora, 80010

    303-360-9176

  • 21. The Rock Found

    The Rock Found strives to provide essential information, resources, services, and opportunities to formerly incarcerated individuals that lead to reduced recidivism and that promote the wellbeing and independence of those whom we serve.

    1542 7th Ave., Greely, 80631-4136

    970-352-9571

  • 22. Urban Peak Denver

    Our goal is to meet youth where they are and to provide them with the assistance and support they need to become self-sufficient or obtain the necessary services they need to exit a life on the streets. Urban Peak?s programs and services are founded on the principles of trauma-informed care and positive youth development and assist youth in reaching their potential and living a successful life off of the streets.

    730 21st Street, Denver, 80205

    303-777-9198

  • 23. Women`s Bean Project

    We are a nonprofit organization that teaches job readiness and life skills for entry-level jobs through employment in our gourmet food production business. Women come with the goal of transforming their lives and moving toward self sufficiency.

    3201 Curtis Street, Denver, 80205

    303-292-1919

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021