Reentry Programs in Missouri
11 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Missouri

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

  • 1. Area Resources for Community and Human Services (ARCHS)

    ARCHS builds community partnerships for Greater St. Louis based upon the universally held premise that education holds the key for optimal personal and professional success.

    539 North Grand Blvd., St. Louis, 63103

    314-534-0022

  • 2. Catholic Charities of Kansas City - Services

    Catholic Charities Employment Center in Kansas City assists in many aspects of preparing for and securing employment. Staff and professional volunteers help individuals in the process of finding a new job or re-entering the workforce.

    4001 Blue Pkwy, Kansas City, 64130

    816-221-4377

  • 3. Connections to Success

    Pathways to Success participants are coached on career development, assisted with job placement and work with faith-based mentors to help them ease the transition back to their communities.

    3000 Little Hills Expressway, St. Charles, 63301

    636-940-8027

  • 4. Employment Connection

    Employment Connection provides free employment services to persons who have difficulty finding and maintaining employment and to St. Louis area businesses who are seeking qualified job applicants. These services include outreach/recruitment, assessment, employment readiness training, on-site education, individual case management, job development, job placement, job retention, temp to direct hire, managed staffing services, career development, and follow-up services.

    2838 Market Street, St. Louis, 63103

    314-333-5627

  • 5. Fathers? Support Center - St. Louis

    Employment and mentoring services can be utilized once clients have graduated from The Family Formation program.

    1601 Olive Street, St. Louis, 63103

    314-333-4170

  • 6. Job Point - YouthBuild

    Through the YouthBuild program, we help youth and young adults see that untapped potential, too. We work together with each person to empower them to reclaim their education, gain job skills, and become leaders in their communities, while building houses or helping improve local infrastructure.

    2116 Nelwood Drive, Columbia, 65202

    573-777-1584

  • 7. MERS Goodwill - Re-entry Services

    The Juvenile Justice Program offered at the Innovative Concept Academy helps youth in juvenile detention centers find employment and obtain their High School Diploma through Missouri Options.

    1727 Locust Street, St. Louis, 63103

    314-241-3464

  • 8. MERS Goodwill - WIOA Youth Services

    WIOA Youth Services provide youth with assistance to develop job goals, work experience, tutoring, support in obtaining a diploma or HiSET/GED, and job placement services.

    St. Louis County, , 63106

    314-982-8827

  • 9. New Madrid County Family Resource Center

    The New Madrid County Family Resource Center is where jobs and opportunities meet. With programs that focus on helping individuals to attain employment, individuals can find help with preparing resumes and applications as well as educational and training assistance.

    420 Virginia Street, New Madrid, 63869

    573-748-2778

  • 10. Shepherd`s Fold

    Shepherd`s Fold, Inc. is a residential life transformation center for men and women being released from prison. After entering the center, they will find assistance with regaining identification documents,finding employment,learning to make positive choices, and financial and educational literacy.

    201 East Loeb Street, Cardwell, 63829

    870-450-9782

  • 11. St. Patrick Center

    St. Patrick Center offers employment programs aimed at getting people back on their feet through job readiness training, advanced skills and placement into full-time and part-time jobs.

    800 North Tucker Boulevard, St. Louis, 63101

    314-802-0700

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021