Reentry Programs in Georgia
24 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Georgia

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

  • 1. Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency

    Our ex-offender initiative includes workshops and support groups specifically geared to address barriers associated with prior felony records and offer job placement assistance. We are currently partnering with Georgia Department of Pardons and Parole to continue this service. Our Job Developer works with the graduates to find permanent jobs with "ex-offender friendly" employers.

    18 William Holmes Borders Senior Dr., Atlanta, 30312

    404-874-8001

  • 2. Back on My Feet - Atlanta

    Back on My Feet recruits members (individuals experiencing homelessness) at homeless and residential facilities around the country and begins with a commitment to run three days a week in the early morning. After 30 days in the program, members with 90% attendance earn the opportunity to move into the second phase of the program called Next Steps, which provides educational support, job training programs, employment partnership referrals and housing resources.

    50 Hurt Plaza, Atlanta, 30303

    404-222-0553

  • 3. CHRIS Kids (YouthBuild 180)

    YouthBuild 180 is a program funded by the Georgia Department of Labor that serves young adults (ages 16-24) by providing education and vocational training to help at-risk youth to attain their GED and National Construction Certification. YouthBuild 180 supports youth to understand the relevance of learning through meaningful, hands-on experiences and ultimately long-term employment.

    1017 Fayetteville Rd., Atlanta, 30316

    404-486-9034

  • 4. City of Atlanta-Atlanta Workforce Development Agency

    WorkSource Atlanta?s (WSA) Step Forward program provides services to eligible in-school youth ages 14-21, and out-of-school youth ages 16-24 to help them succeed in school and work. Youth must live in the City of Atlanta, meet low-income guidelines, and possess defined barriers to completing an education program and/or gaining employment. Programs are funded by the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).

    818 Pollard Blvd. SW, Atlanta, 30303

    404-546-3051

  • 5. City of Savannah, Georgia

    Savannah Youth Net helps connect families in Savannah-Chatham communities with quality recreational and educational activities for our youth both after school and in the summer months.

    601 East 66th Street, Savannah, 31405

    912-351-6382

  • 6. Dismas House of Atlanta

    Dismas House provides transitional housing and support services to men and women who have been recently released from prison or jail. Dismas provides a unique form of crime prevention by working with at risk individuals to integrate them with community volunteers, college students, and staff. Dismas House recognizes that the cycle of crime can be reduced when men and women who have been incarcerated have assistance readjusting to society. To that end, Dismas House provides room and board, transportation, job referrals, life skills counseling.

    300 Wendell Ct SW, Atlanta, 30336

    404-691-1425

  • 7. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Americus

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    301 Tripp Street, Americus, 31709

    229-931-8990

  • 8. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Athens

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    840-B Hawthorne Avenue, Athens, 30606

    706-372-9611

  • 9. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Atlanta

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    240 Candler Road SE, Atlanta, 30317

    470-553-0267

  • 10. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Brunswick

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    1304 Gloucester Street, Brunswick, 31520

    912-571-9505

  • 11. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Cartersville

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    121 E Felton Road, Cartersville, 30120

    470-274-5231

  • 12. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Columbus

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    1315 Delauney Avenue, Columbus, 91901

    706-936-3547

  • 13. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Cordele

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    606 15th Avenue, Cordele, 31015

    229-931-8990

  • 14. Eckerd Connects Paxen Workforce Development - Greenville

    Eckerd Connects? Paxen lives to fulfill its mission to provide fundamental life, education, and workforce skills that together form the building blocks for better lives. Paxen specializes in developing and delivering outcome-based programs that build academic, employment and life skills. The organization was founded in 1984, and has grown since then in terms of both locations and scope of services provided, including innovative new programs designed specifically for youth involved with juvenile justice.

    1250 Terrell Street, Greenville, 30222

    770-672-8000

  • 15. Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority

    Many released prisoners fail to remain free because of their inability to reunite with family, failure to find gainful employment, returning alcohol and drug abuse, criminal behavior or issues with low self-esteem and mental health. Career Choices challenges all of that.

    1690 Chantilly Drive NE, Atlanta, 30324

    404-320-0166

  • 16. Goodwill of North Georgia

    No matter what challenge you have in finding work, we?re here to help. We offer free resources and other programs for youth, veterans, people with disabilities, and people with limited financial resources

    2201 Lawrenceville Hwy, Decatur, 30033

    404-420-9900

  • 17. Integrity Transformations Community Development Corporation

    ITCDC offer a reentry program that has been specifically designed for ex-offenders, one that is staffed with a full-time Reentry Resource Coordinator. Our reentry program is dedicated to getting ex-prisoners back into the workforce and on track to becoming productive and caring members of society.

    692 Lindsay Street, Atlanta, 30318

    404-853-1780

  • 18. Jesus Set The Captive Free

    Jesus Set The Captive Free will empower the ex-offender and the homeless with information and education, along with emotional and spiritual support that will strengthen their lives, and communities.

    2800 Campcreek Pky., Eastpoint, 30364

    404-322-8494

  • 19. Old Savannah City Mission

    The Old Savannah City Mission operates the Urban Train Institute. It is a vehicle that advances transformation. It gives formerly homeless drug addicts, alcoholics, ex-offenders and others to become students.

    2414 Bull Street, Savannah, 31401-9113

    912-232-1979

  • 20. Savannah Impact Program

    The mission of the Savannah Impact Program is to support those high-risk offenders who deserve a second chance at building a sustainable crime-free, economically independent life through education, training and skills programs, and employment opportunities.

    1700 Drayton, Savannah, 31401

    912-651-4350

  • 21. The PEAR Project

    Our mission is to prepare and empower at risk individuals with life skills needed to become Accountable and effectively manage their Responsibilities. The PEAR's primary focus is on Reentry and the needs of returning citizens.

    6984 Main Street, Lithonia, 30058

    770-482-4522

  • 22. The Re-Entry Connection, Inc.

    The Re-Entry Connection, Inc.supports formerly incarcerated females while they deal with the personal, economic, educational, and life challenges that hinder success following lock-up. In addition, we address the issues of offender`s rights and re-entry challenges through grassroots organizing, community and coalition building.

    P.O. Box 115567, Atlanta, 30310

    678-471-9625

  • 23. Urban League of Greater Atlanta

    Urban League of Greater Atlanta programs are designed to deliver practical, relevant and applicable solutions to empower individuals and families with the resources, skills and access they need.

    229 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, 30303-1600

    404-659-1150

  • 24. WorkSource DeKalb Re-Entry Program

    WorkSource DeKalb Re-Entry Program is a tool to help ex-offenders transition into the workforce. Our goal is to help participants to become employed - thereby reducing recidivism, increasing offender accountability and enabling each participant to become a self-sufficient, fully participating member of society.

    774 Jordan Lane, Decatur, 30033

    404-687-3400

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021