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Reentry Programs in Louisiana

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

  • 1. AMIkids Baton Rouge Inc.

    AMIkids offers a wide variety of programs and models, built to address each student's needs and strengths on an individual basis. All of our programs implement the AMIkids Personal Growth Model ? to separate their troubled past from a bright future. In addition to providing services during the course of a youth?s normal school day, most AMIkids programs provide treatment, enrichment, and support activities during after-school hours in the afternoon, evening, and during weekend.

    5555 Beechwood Dr, Baton Rouge, 70805

    225-356-3461

  • 2. America Works - New Orleans

    America Works is with you every step of the way while you establish yourself within your new job and offer a number of services that will help with the transition such as problem solving and helpful reminders. Depending on your career choices, we also provide additional training that will help accelerate your growth in your chosen field.

    650 Poydras Street, New Orleans, 70130

    504-299-3463

  • 3. Community Action Agency - Quad Area - Tangipahoa Parish

    Promise for a Better Tomorrow is employment focused project designed to help reintegration of youth offenders ages 16-21 to complete their education and obtain a job in a high demand/high growth industry.

    45300 N. Baptist Road, Hammond, 70401

    225-567-2350

  • 4. Goodwill Industries - New Orleans

    Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana serves people with barriers to employment throughout southeastern Louisiana. Our mission is to help people achieve independence and self-sufficiency through employment and related support services._x000D_

    3400 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, 70119

    504-456.2622

  • 5. Goodwill Industries - Shreveport

    Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana, Inc.serves people with barriers to employment by providing job training and employment services and helping them become independent, tax-paying members of their communities._x000D_

    800 West 70th Street, Shreveport, 71106

    318-868-4701

  • 6. Hope House

    House Hope offers participants employment training opportunities, transportation to interviews and orientations, resume and referral assistance, higher education information and access to a computer, phone, and fax. The program coordinator has established working relationships with a number of employers and employment agencies.

    916 St. Andrew St., New Orleans, 70130

    504-525-2561

  • 7. TurnAround Village

    TurnAround Village, LTD., is a faith based, 501(C) (3) non-profit facility that transitions ex-offenders back into society and reduces recidivism. Together with our founder, Reverend Blaine Gravel we minister into the lives of men that are accepted into this program.Our current priority at Turn Around Village is to help men coming out of prison attain the necessary life skills that enable them to become self- supporting tax payers versus tax burdens. Our process increases their self-esteem and moves them toward becoming productive members of the community. We mentor these men according to Spiritual Truths at no charge to their family members, just a commitment to the program.

    , Covington, 70434-1033

    800-831-3656

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023