Here are 7 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Kansas:
Bishop Sullivan Center is one of the largest providers of emergency assistance in the Kansas City area. Our Mission is to provide basic necessities to people who are unable to do so and to move those who are able to become self-sufficient.
6435 Truman Road, Kansas City, 64126
Today`s job market is extremely competitive. If you?re jobless today, there?s a very good chance you need to learn new skills, seek additional educational opportunities or pursue industry certifications. You also probably need training in job-seeking, job-keeping and job-advancing skills too. That includes everything from resume-building to interviewing techniques.
4001 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, 64130
We serve people transitioning from generational poverty, incarceration, domestic violence and other challenging and disadvantaged situations.
300 West Linwood Blvd, Kansas City, 64111
The College has evolved from a city college primarily serving those students who wished to transfer to a four-year institution to a comprehensive community college offering transfer degrees, professional/technical degrees and certificates, continuing education, customized training for business and industry, lifelong learning opportunities, and a variety of programs and services for Southeast Kansas and the four-state region.
200 S. 14th, Parsons, 67357
The Oxford House Kansas Re-Entry Program allows individuals coming from jails, prisons, and other Institutions an opportunity to live in a safe, alcohol and drug-free environment, so that they may re-establish their life.
1617 Park Place, Wichita, 67203
The SCORE Program is for any inmate who expects to be released to our local community and needs assistance with gaining access to essential services in order to enable them to have a successful return to the community. These community services will be received either while in custody or once they are released.
141 W Elm, Wichita, 67203
The Shawnee County Department of Corrections provides a Re-Entry Program that will provide inmates with employment skills, training, and on-site work opportunities to assist inmates in achieving meaningful employment and life skills once discharged from the facility. Inmates sentenced to the Adult Detention Center may be recommended for the Re-Entry Program by the courts. The Re-Entry Program consists of three (3) phases. Each phase is designed to help reintegrate inmates back into the community. An inmate may begin the Re-Entry Program in either phase as determined by the Programs Division. Phase one of the program consists of classroom based employment skills curriculum. Inmates in phase two of the program shall begin the program as an inmate trusty. Inmates in phase three shall be employed or able to obtain employment in a legitimate business within the community and may be required to complete Drug and Alcohol Treatment in the community.
501 SE 8th, Topeka, 66607
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023