Reentry Programs in Indiana
18 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Indiana

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

  • 1. Adult Life Training, Inc.

    Adult Life Training, Inc. provides free computer job skills training. Everyone is welcome. We help people re-enter the workforce by teaching them the basic computer job skills required for most jobs.

    3301 East Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, 46805

    260-432-0014

  • 2. Back on My Feet - Indianapolis

    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. Almost 80% of individuals who start the program move into Next Steps.

    964 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, 46204

    602-369-6631

  • 3. Blue Jacket, Inc.

    Blue Jacket, Inc. partners with Ivy Tech Community College, Industrial Training Solutions, and other service providers of credentialed, licensed training that allows for technical skill building training in construction, welding, CNA training, CNC, Serv Safe Certification and Industrial Maintenance.

    2926 South Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, 46807

    260-744-1900

  • 4. Centerstone Columbus ? North Marr Road

    Centerstone provides support to help you overcome employment barriers and achieve vocational goals.approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.

    720 North Marr Road, Columbus, 47201

    812-314-3400

  • 5. Centerstone Madison ? North Bevcher Drive

    Centerstone provides support to help you overcome employment barriers and achieve vocational goals.approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.

    3008 North Bevcher Drive, Madison, 47250

    800-344-8802

  • 6. Centerstone Martinsville ? Main Street

    Centerstone provides support to help you overcome employment barriers and achieve vocational goals.approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.

    952 S. Main Street, Martinsville, 46151

    800-344-8802

  • 7. Centerstone Mooresville ? North State Route 67

    Centerstone provides support to help you overcome employment barriers and achieve vocational goals.approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.

    11370 North State Route 67, Mooresville, 46158

    800-344-8802

  • 8. Centerstone Richmond ? Horizon House

    Centerstone provides support to help you overcome employment barriers and achieve vocational goals.approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.

    47 South 15th Street, Richmond, 47374

    877-467-3123

  • 9. Dismas House of South Bend

    Dismas House provides transitional housing and support services to men and women who have been recently released from prison or jail. Dismas House recognizes that the cycle of crime can be reduced when men and women who have been incarcerated have assistance readjusting to society. Dismas House provides room and board, transportation, job referrals, life skills counseling.

    521 S St Joseph St, South Bend, 46601

    574-233-8522

  • 10. Fletcher Place Ministry - Adult Center for Education

    Fletcher Place Community Center is a faith based mission agency serving the southeast side of Indianapolis.Our life skills training program, focuses on important basic skills. Our new community center building has a brand new computer lab . Students can take a basic introduction to computer class and then a more intense class on Word and Excel that includes creating their own resume.

    1637 Prospect Street, Indianapolis, 46203

    317-636-3466

  • 11. Goodwill of Indianapolis - New Beginnigs

    Goodwill specializes in services to individuals whose options are limited by a disability, criminal history, low education level or other barriers.

    1635 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, 46222

    317-524-3956

  • 12. Goodwill of Southern Indiana

    The purpose of the Center is to provide easy access to people who need assistance in finding employment. The Center, which was funded by grants from Brown-Forman and the Wal-Mart Foundation.

    1329 Applegate Lane, Clarksville, 47131

    317-524-4313

  • 13. Guidance Ministries, Inc.

    Through community partnerships or direct case management Guidance Ministries, Inc. provides access to health insurance, health care providers, mental health services, employment services, assistance obtaining identification, and much more.

    216 N 2nd St, Elkhart, 46515

    574-296-7192

  • 14. Indianapolis - Ex-Offender Re-Entry Program

    Each year, more than 5,000 ex-offenders are released from prison and return home to Marion County end up back in the correctional system. The City of Indianapolis partners with local businesses to connect pre-qualified ex-offenders with employers and job opportunities. Each year, more than 5,000 ex-offenders are released from prison and return home to Marion County. A significant number eventually end up back in the correctional system. To break this cycle and help ex-offenders transition into positive roles in our community, the City of Indianapolis continues to partner with local businesses to connect pre-qualified ex-offenders with employers and job opportunities. the City of Indianapolis continues to partner with local businesses to connect pre-qualified ex-offenders with employers and job opportunities.

    200 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, 46204

    317-327-4291

  • 15. Indianapolis - Urban League

    The Skilled Workforce program provides skills assessment, training, and placement for hard to employ and under-employed residents of Indianapolis.

    777 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, 46202

    317-693-7603

  • 16. PACE/OAR

    After you are released, the PACE/OAR staff will help you develop a quality resume and connect you to job leads, as well as provide referrals to partner agencies who can provide clothing, food, substance abuse counseling, housing, and other services.

    2855 N. Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, 46218

    317-612-6800

  • 17. Salvation Army - Elkhart

    Sometimes ex-offenders have their physical freedom but little else?nowhere to live, no money, no transportation, no clothes and no job. It`s not a very promising start. So, across the nation The Salvation Army operates halfway houses. These shelters are equipped with counselors and other resources to help them build new lives.

    300 N. Main Street, Elkhart, 46516

    574-970-0088

  • 18. Volunteers of America - Indiana

    Bridge to Success program provides services for individuals in Central Indiana who are currently incarcerated and those who are transitioning out of incarceration and into the community. It is a holistic reentry program that provides a variety of therapeutic programming, case management and employment assistance on a referral basis.

    611 N. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, 46204

    317-686-9841

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021