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Reentry Programs in Hawaii

Here are 7 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Hawaii:

  • 1. Goodwill Hawaii

    Goodwill Hawaii provides Career Services, Intellectual Disability Services, Youth Services and more, to strengthen Hawaii?s communities through the power of work. Our programs range from job readiness and educational advancement to financial literacy and other support services for the state?s most vulnerable populations including displaced workers, low-income families, ex-offenders, at-risk youth, adults with disabilities, immigrants, and more.

    2610 Kilihau Street, Honolulu, 96819-2020

    808-792-8555

  • 2. Maui Economic Opportunity - B.E.S.T. (Being Empowered and Safe Together) Hana

    Reintegration Program provides comprehensive transitional support services and training to prepare inmates for their successful return to the community.

    Uakea Road, Hana, 96713

    808-248-8282

  • 3. Maui Economic Opportunity - B.E.S.T. (Being Empowered and Safe Together) Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Family Center

    Reintegration Program provides comprehensive transitional support services and training to prepare inmates for their successful return to the community.

    99 Mahalani Street, Wailuku, 96793

    808-249-2990

  • 4. Maui Economic Opportunity - B.E.S.T. (Being Empowered and Safe Together) Lana'i

    Reintegration Program provides comprehensive transitional support services and training to prepare inmates for their successful return to the community.

    1144 Llima Avenue, Lanai City, 96763

    808-565-6665

  • 5. Maui Economic Opportunity - B.E.S.T. (Being Empowered and Safe Together) Molokai

    Reintegration Program provides comprehensive transitional support services and training to prepare inmates for their successful return to the community.

    380 Kolapa Place, Kaunakakai, 96748

    808-553-3216

  • 6. The Community Assistance Program

    The Community Assistance Program assists offenders, ex-offenders, and crime-prone adults. Our expert counselors provide personal , family and vocational counseling, job placement assistance, housing assistance, and advocacy within the criminal justice system to those in need._x000D_

    200 N. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, 96817

    808-537-2917

  • 7. Wai'anae Coast Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

    How is this achieved? Through Family Outreach and Community Outreach, Ka Wahi Kai?ulu - Wai?anae Neighborhood Place ? builds the capacity of at-risk families to provide for the safety of children. Serving as a neutral hub for service coordination and community building, we work for positive changes that reduces environmental and social risk factors and increases protective factors; while providing access to resources, both concrete and informational, and support without judgment. Who is eligible? Ka Wahi Kai?ulu - Wai?anae Neighborhood Place ? is open to all on the Wai?anae Coast. We provide referral information of service providers and other various resources. What services do you provide for families? We provide? Information, referral and linkage to Wai?anae Coast community resources and when necessary, beyond the Wai`anae Coast Service coordination and advocacy Basic life skill building Informal counseling/coaching Parent/family activities, monitoring and follow-up Home visits ?Talk Story? approach

    86-226 Farrington Hwy., Wai'anae, 96792

    808-696-4211

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023