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Reentry Programs in Nevada

Here are 9 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Nevada:

  • 1. Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow

    The Workforce Development Program addresses the long term. It provides funding for vocational training to clients who do not have the technical skills or work experience required to qualify for a career that pays a sufficient wage to create financial stability. Clients are matched with a Case Manager who works with the client throughout their program. With the Case Manager’s help, the client performs an in-depth assessment and vocational testing to identify the barriers the client must address.

    1931 Stella Lake St., Las Vegas, 89106-2142

    702-367-4348

  • 2. Help of Southern Nevada

    We assist families and individuals throughout Southern Nevada to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training and referral to community resources.

    1640 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, 89119

    702-369-4357

  • 3. Hope for Prisoners

    In addition to hope, we offer our clients support, training, guidance and access to essential resources. We pride ourselves on providing services that meet the diverse needs of our participants.

    333 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, 89106

    702-586-1371

  • 4. My Journey Home

    My Journey Home, Inc. assists military veterans and former offenders transitioning from jail or prison systems into society. We help them rebuild their lives, restore their families, and work tirelessly to support the efforts of these men and women at becoming successful members of their community. We offer employment training programs, a resource center, peer to peer support groups, and affordable referrals for counseling.

    255 Bell Street, Reno, 89503

    775-223-0734

  • 5. Nevada Partners Inc.

    Nevada Partners provides cradle-to-career support services to students and families through strong schools, leveraged resources, and coordinated community-building efforts that will ensure all children who live in the West Las Vegas Promise Neighborhood have a safe, healthy, and strong academic start in life. Education is central to the concept of the Community Learning Center, where residents of all ages can access a variety of educational opportunities.

    690 W. Lake Mead Blvd., North Las Vegas, 89030

    702-844-8000

  • 6. The Children's Cabinet

    The Children?s Cabinet?s mission is to keep children safe and families together by providing services and resources that address unmet needs through a unique and effective cooperative effort between the private sector and public agencies in Nevada.

    1090 South Rock Blvd., Reno, 89502

    775-856-6200

  • 7. The Ridge House

    Ridge House re-entry programs are designed to develop skills for independent living and facilitate the process of rejoining the community by making that journey less daunting. Financial education, counseling and communication skills are fundamental to lifelong success. We provide all of our clients with the tools needed to be successful for years to come.

    900 West 1st Street, Reno, 89503

    775-322-8941

  • 8. Workforce Connections - One Stop Programs

    This program will help youth that need guidance in exploring careers, colleges, and trades. Our focus is on getting youth into employment or post-secondary education.

    6330 W. Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, 89146

    702-638-8750

  • 9. Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.

    YAP provides young people, adults, and their families with intensive support right from where they live, learn, work and play through our YAPWrap model.

    4330 S. Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, 89103

    702-631-9275

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023

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