Reentry Programs in New York
96 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in New York

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

  • 1. Abyssinian Development Corporation: YouthBuild Program

    For over 25 years the Abyssinian Development Corporation (ADC) has accomplished a great deal through its mission to " rebuild Harlem, brick by brick, block by block." ?As we continue our commitment to uplifting the Harlem company through comprehensive programs and services, fortifying ?the family unit from early childhood to seniors is crucial to completely fulfilling this charge.

    669 Lenox Avenue, New York, 10037

    646-230-0579

  • 2. Albany County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau plans, develops and funds a variety of programs and initiatives for youth under the age of twenty-one. Programming includes youth development, recreation and leisure, delinquency prevention and runaway and homeless youth services.

    112 State Street, Albany, 12207

    518-447-4892

  • 3. Allegany County Youth Bureau

    It is the mission of the Allegany County Youth Bureau and Board to work collaboratively with all youth service providers to provide our families and youth with opportunities to participate in a variety of educational and recreational programs which will enhance and promote a wide range of assets necessary for healthy development. We strive to provide innovative programs that will encourage empowerment, constructive use of time, positive values, positive identity, and social competencies so all our young people will grow up to be healthy, caring responsible adults.

    5 Court Street, Belmont, 14813

    585-268-5394

  • 4. Alternatives to Incarceration

    Alternatives to Incarceration is an 18-month project funded by Workforce Investment Board and housed at the Oneida County Correctional Facility. The ATI Program Staff will teach enrollees, thinking for Change (NIC) and Ready Set Work (DCJS) Curriculum to help prepare offenders for by changing the mindsets through cognitive behavior and providing employment skills in both the jail facility and the community. Upon completion of classes, offenders will receive a completion certificate. The ATI program will also obtain needed documents for employment and provide follow up services to offer support and links to further education and to assist with employment retention.

    320 N. Prospect Street, Herkimer, 13501

    315-765-2615

  • 5. America Works - Bronx

    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.

    1231 Lafayette Ave, Bronx, 10474

    917-801-4668

  • 6. America Works - Brooklyn

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    44 Court St., Brooklyn, 11201

    718-797-5627

  • 7. America Works - Far Rockaway

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    1931 Mott Avenue, Far Rockaway, 11691

    718-673-6700

  • 8. America Works - Jamaica

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    88-11 165th Street, Jamaica, 11432

    718-206-9675

  • 9. America Works - New York

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    228 E. 45th Street, New York, 10017

    212-599-5627

  • 10. America Works - Staten Island

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    1 Edgewater Street, Staten Island, 10305

    718-447-5627

  • 11. Back on My Fee

    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.

    115th W 29th Street, New York, 10001

    215-772-1080

  • 12. Broome County Youth Bureau

    The Broome County Youth Bureau works with agencies who work with youth, by supporting local community-based organizations which provide a wide variety of services, supports and opportunities for youth throughout our community.

    60 Hawley Street, Binghamton, 13902

    607-778-2193

  • 13. CEO Albany

    CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill education, short-term paid transitional employment, full-time job placement and post-placement services.

    41 State St, Albany, 12207

    518-426-0390

  • 14. CEO Bronx

    CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill education, short-term paid transitional employment, full-time job placement and post-placement services.

    384 E. 149th Street, Bronx, 10455

    646-603-3020

  • 15. CEO Buffalo

    CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records. CEO?s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill education, short-term paid transitional employment, full-time job placement and post-placement services.

    170 Franklin St., Buffalo, 14202

    716-842-6320

  • 16. CEO Rochester

    CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill education, short-term paid transitional employment, full-time job placement and post-placement services.

    16 East Main Street, Rochester, 14614

    585-957-9858-4080

  • 17. CMO Network

    At CMO Network, we focus on reintegration with family, the workforce, and the community. We empower our participants to overcome the many barriers in the road to successful reintegration by teaching them how to obtain employment, to become financially stable.

    653 Schenck Avenue, Brooklyn, 11207

    646-597-8433

  • 18. Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

    We assist individuals each without regard to race, ethnicity or religion, with employment training and placement, resume preparation and other job-readiness techniques.

    1011 First Avenue, New York, 10022

    888-744-7900

  • 19. Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau

    Youth Bureau's mission is ALL youth in Cattaraugus County will have the opportunity to become healthy, productive, responsible, caring and committed community members.

    200 Erie Street, Little Valley, 14755

    716-938-2611

  • 20. Cayuga County Youth Bureau

    The Cayuga County Youth Bureau has a broad legislative mandate to promote the physical, emotional, and social well being of the youth in Cayuga County. The Youth Bureau fulfills this mandate by stimulating and supporting the development of services and activities designed to assist all youth in becoming valued, contributing members of society.

    152 Genesee Street, Auburn, 13021

    315-253-1402

  • 21. Center for Employment Opportunities - Albany

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in New York.

    41 State St., Albany, 12207

    518-426-0390

  • 22. Center for Employment Opportunities - Bronx

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities to New York City.

    384 E. 149th Street, Bronx, 10455

    212-422-4430

  • 23. Center for Employment Opportunities - Buffalo

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in New York.

    170 Franklin St., Buffalo, 14202

    716-842-6320

  • 24. Center for Employment Opportunities - Rochester

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in New York.

    16 East Main Street, Rochester, 14614

    585-957-9858

  • 25. Chautauqua County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau supports Youth Development Programs for Chautauqua County youth under the age of 21 which provide services, opportunities, and supports designed to improve youth outcomes in the life areas outlined by the Touchstones framework. The Touchstones framework is organized by major life areas: Economic Security; Physical and Emotional Health; Education; Citizenship; Family; and Community. Each life area has a set of goals and objectives that cut across all service systems and allows organizations with diverse missions to come together to improve conditions for children and families.

    7 North Erie Street, Mayville, 14757

    716-753-4725

  • 26. Chemung County Youth Bureau

    Mission: To provide advocacy and support toward youth service goals and positive recreational development for the children and families of Chemung County.

    599 Harris Hill Road, Elmira, 14903

    607-737-2907

  • 27. Chenango County Youth Bureau

    The County Youth Bureau Mission is to assist communities & other entities to: - Prepare youth for their eventual economic self-sufficiency, facilitation of summer youth employment opportunities. - Children and youth will demonstrate good citizenship as law-abiding, contributing members of their families, schools & communities: by youth participation in constructive leisure time activities. - Children and youth will have optimal physical and emotional health (ie. Emotional health and free from health risk behaviors). - New York State communities will provide youth and their families with opportunities to help them meet their needs for physical, social, moral and emotional growth: through communities making available/accessible formal and informal services.

    5 Court Street, Norwich, 13815

    607-337-1656

  • 28. Clinton County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Clinton County Youth Bureau is to promote positive youth development, strong families, and supportive communities. The purpose of the Youth Bureau is to establish, coordinate and maintain youth development, recreation and delinquency prevention programs throughout Clinton County for youth from birth to 21 years. This is accomplished by networking with others who serve youth, assessing the needs of youth through comprehensive planning, coordinating and planning youth services, allocating Office of Children and Family Services Youth Development Program (YDP) funds for youth programs and evaluating the effectiveness of those programs.

    137 Margaret Street, Plattsburgh, 12901

    518-565-3220

  • 29. Columbia County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Association is to promote the physical, emotional and social well-being of youth and families in New York State through a unified, statewide network of youth service programs and professionals.

    25 Railroad Ave, Hudson, 12534

    518-828-9411

  • 30. Cortland County Youth Bureau

    The Cortland Youth Bureau will provide our community the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of recreational and educational programs. We will strive to provide the highest quality programs and facilities that meet the needs of the diverse communities it serves. It is our desire to combine a positive environment with a rewarding experience.

    60 Central Ave, Cortland, 13045

    607-758-5509

  • 31. Delancey Street Foundation

    Delancey Street is a residential self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless individuals. The average resident has been a hard-core drug and alcohol abuser, has been in prison, and is unskilled.

    100 Turk Hill Road, Brewster, 10509

    845-278-6181

  • 32. Deleware County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Delaware County Department of Social services is to provide economic assistance and opportunity as well as social service support to eligible families and individuals.

    111 Main Street, Delhi, 13753

    607-832-5400

  • 33. Dutchess County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Division of Youth Services is to assure every youth a fair and equal opportunity to attain his/her full potential with services to strengthen family life and support families in the essential function of nurturing the youth?s overall development. We administer NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) grant funding to promote positive youth development, increase youth developmental assets and decrease juvenile delinquency. We also advocate for youth empowerment opportunities in the community, increase public awareness of youth issues, and enhance community resources for children and youth through inter-agency collaborations.

    60 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, 12601

    845-486-3662

  • 34. EXODUS Transitional Community - New York

    EXODUS provides services to ex-offenders in the areas of employment readiness training, job placement, training and education, and life skills training.

    2268 Third Avenue, New York, 10035

    917-492-0990

  • 35. EXODUS Transitional Community - Newburgh

    EXODUS provides services to ex-offenders in the areas of employment readiness training, job placement, training and education, and life skills training.

    85 Grand Street, Newburgh, 12550

    845-565-2700

  • 36. EXODUS Transitional Community - Poughkeepsie

    EXODUS provides services to ex-offenders in the areas of employment readiness training, job placement, training and education, and life skills training.

    97-99 Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, 12601

    845-452-7620

  • 37. Essex County Youth Bureau

    7533 Court Street, Elizabethtown, 12932

    518-873-3719

  • 38. Genesee County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Association is to promote the physical, emotional and social well being of youth and families in New York State through a unified, statewide network of youth service programs and professionals.

    2 Bank Street, Batavia, 14020

    585-344-3960

  • 39. Goodwill Industries of Greater NY & Northern NJ, Inc.

    Goodwill employment programs provide vocational, work experience, job placement, readiness training and workforce re-entry support.

    4-21 27th Avenue, Astoria, 11102

    718-728-5400

  • 40. Greene County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau is a department in local government that funds and assists in both the development and implementation of programs and services for children and young people under 21. Our major responsibilities include advocacy and the funding of programs aimed at improving and enhancing the welfare of Greene County children, youth and families.

    411 Main Street, Catskill, 12414

    518-719-3555

  • 41. Hamilton County Youth Board

    The mission of the Association is to promote the physical, emotional and social well-being of youth and families in New York State through a unified, statewide network of youth service programs and professionals. The Association also works to support and strengthen its member youth bureaus and local youth bureau contract agencies through a comprehensive training program.

    143 White Birch Lane, Indian Lake, 12842

    518-648-5355

  • 42. Herkimer County Youth Bureau

    109 Mary Street, Herkimer, 13350

    315-867-1213

  • 43. Jefferson County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Jefferson County Youth Bureau is to provide, promote and expand opportunities for the positive development of all young people in Jefferson County. The Youth Bureau provides funding and support for programs that enhance the academic, social, emotional, and personal development of children and youth.

    175 Arsenal Street, Watertown, 13601

    315-785-3101

  • 44. Lewis County Youth Bureau

    5274 Outer Stowe Street, Lowville, 13367

    315-376-5411

  • 45. Livingston County Youth Bureau

    Hillside Family of Agencies sponsors this voluntary alternative to the traditional Juvenile Justice System for young people who are first-time offenders of a nonviolent crime or offense. The offender has already admitted guilt and agrees to have his case heard by a group of peers between the ages of 14 to 19. The goals are to intervene in early anti-social, delinquent, or criminal behaviors, teach new behaviors and skills, and hold the offenders accountable by offering opportunities to make amends, and to educate them on the impact of their actions on themselves, their victims, and the community.

    6 Court Street, Geneseo, 14454

    585-243-7047

  • 46. Madison County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Madison County Youth Bureau is to promote and encourage the development of a comprehensive system of services to meet the needs of Madison County?s young people.

    P.O. Box 635, Wampsville, 13163

    315-366-2574

  • 47. Monroe / Rochester County Youth Bureau

    Mission: To create a community that supports a comprehensive range of opportunities for positive youth development.

    435 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, 14620

    585-753-6461

  • 48. Montgomery County Youth Bureau

    The Office of Youth and Young Adult Services was created to design, coordinate and promote innovative strategies to advance youth development. These strategies will cut across all disciplines at the state and local levels. The goal is for all New York State youth to reach their full potential and become healthy, productive adults. The Office of Youth and Young Adult Services supports and funds programs and initiatives that enable youth to build on their strengths. It supports programs that provide opportunities for youth to gain important life skills and core competencies, and that allow youth to have meaningful roles in their communities. Youth development initiatives benefit young people in their homes and neighborhoods, in schools, as well as in foster care and residential treatment.

    20 Park Street, Fonda, 12068

    518-853-4355

  • 49. Nassau County Youth Board

    The mission of the Nassau County Youth Services is to promote self-esteem, positive values and morals, citizenship, dignity, as well as physical, social, and mental well-being among the youth of Nassau County through youth and community development.

    60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd., Uniondale, 11553

    516-227-7115

  • 50. Network Support Services

    Network in the Community recognizes the need for compassionate and concrete reentry assistance that Iis led by formerly-incarcerated individuals that addresses all practical needs essetial for successful reintegration.

    555 Bergen Avenue, Bronx, 10455

    347-584-8601

  • 51. New York City Department of Youth and Community Development

    DYCD supports New York City youth and their families by funding a wide range of high-quality youth and community development programs, including: After School Community Development Family Support Literacy Services Youth Services Youth Workforce Development

    123 Williams Street, New York, 10038

    212-442-6006

  • 52. New York Urban League, Inc.

    The New York Urban League Career Preparation Institute provides career counseling, job referrals, and placement.

    8 West 126th Street, New York, 10027

    212-926-8000

  • 53. Nubian Directions II, Inc. - YouthBuild

    As a leading Youth Social Services Organization in the Poughkeepsie area, we believe that today?s youth are the leaders of tomorrow. As an ongoing mission to empower our community?s youth, Nubian Directions II Inc provides a nurturing environment for youth to reach and fulfill their potential.

    248 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, 12601

    845-452-8574

  • 54. Oneida County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau is a department of Oneida County created to provide access activities, programs and services to all youth under the age of 21. The Youth Bureau is responsible for planning, coordinating and supplementing the activities of public, private and religious agencies devoted to, in whole or in part, to the welfare and protection of youth.

    800 Park Avenue, Utica, 13501

    315-793-6096

  • 55. Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth

    The Syracuse/Onondaga County Youth Bureau has as its overarching mission the development of a community rich in services, opportunities, and supports for children and youth (under 21) and their families.

    421 Montgomery Street, Syracuse, 13202

    315-435-3346 ext. 4116

  • 56. Ontario County Youth Bureau

    Our mission is to advocate for all Ontario County youth by striving to identify, promote and evaluate a system of services that supports positive youth development. The Youth Bureau operates under the Department of Social Services in the Ontario County government. It channels New York State Office of Children and Family Services funds within the county and assists with the development of programs and services for children and young people under age 21.

    3010 County Complex Drive, Canandaigua, 14456

    585-396-4023

  • 57. Orange County Youth Bureau

    The Orange County Youth Bureau?s mission is to promote positive youth development through county-wide integrated planning, funding, monitoring, coordinating and developing youth and family services programs for Orange County youth aged 0 to 21.

    18 Seward Ave, Middletown, 10940

    845-615-3612

  • 58. Osborne Association - Bronx

    The Employment and Training Services (ETS) program offers comprehensive vocational services to people with criminal records by providing assessment, testing, career and educational counseling, job-readiness workshops, job training and post-employment support in adjusting to the demands of the workplace and staying employed.

    809 Westchester, Bronx, 10455

    718-707-2600

  • 59. Osborne Association - Brooklyn

    The Employment and Training Services (ETS) program offers comprehensive vocational services to people with criminal records by providing assessment, testing, career and educational counseling, job-readiness workshops, job training and post-employment support in adjusting to the demands of the workplace and staying employed.

    175 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, 11201

    718-637-6560

  • 60. Osborne Association - New York

    The Employment and Training Services (ETS) program offers comprehensive vocational services to people with criminal records by providing assessment, testing, career and educational counseling, job-readiness workshops, job training and post-employment support in adjusting to the demands of the workplace and staying employed.

    2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, New York, 10027

    212-324-5577

  • 61. Oswego City-County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Association is to promote the physical, emotional and social well-being of youth and families in New York State through a unified, statewide network of youth service programs and professionals.

    70 Bunner Street, Oswego, 13126

    315-349-3451

  • 62. Otsego County Youth Bureau

    197 Main Street, Cooperstown, 13326

    607-547-4329

  • 63. PathStone Corporation

    PathStone provides customized, people-centered professional development services leading to portable skills and enhanced employability for diverse individuals: unemployed and under-employed adults.

    400 East Avenue, Rochester, 14607

    800-888-6770

  • 64. Putnam County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau has the primary responsibility of advocating for the youth of Putnam County. The Youth Bureau promotes positive youth development based upon the belief that families and extended families are the fundamental sources of care, support and guidance for children and youth. Our schools and other community-based services, both formal and informal, are appropriate and effective complements to this foundation.

    110 Old Route 6, Carmel, 10512

    845-808-1600

  • 65. Rensselaer County Department for Youth

    The Rensselaer County Summer Youth Employment Program provides income-eligible youth ages 14-20 with a unique opportunity to gain meaningful job skills during the summer months through employment.

    547 River Street, Flanagan Square, Troy, 12180

    518-266-7550

  • 66. STRIVE - New York

    STRIVE provides job placement assistance to everyone who completes the three weeks of training. Working with an assigned job developer, each STRIVE graduates is guided through the job-search process, learning how to effectively market themselves, until they have secured gainful employment.

    205 East 122nd Street, New York, 10035

    212-360-1100

  • 67. Saint Lawrence County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the St. Lawrence County Youth Bureau is with the goal of ensuring that children, adolescents, and young adults have access to programs that will help them to be contributing members of society. This department is dedicated to preventing delinquency through positive youth development and the implementation of comprehensive youth services to all youth in St. Lawrence County.

    80 State Highway 310, Canton, 13617

    315-379-9464

  • 68. Salvation Army Greater Rochester - Booth Haven

    Booth Haven partners with the New York State Division of Parole, The Monroe County Department of Human Services, the U.S. Department of Probation and Parole, and the Veteran’s Administration to reserve beds for men who meet eligibility criteria

    70 Liberty Pole Way, Rochester, 14604

    585-987-9500

  • 69. Saratoga County Youth Bureau

    The Saratoga County Youth Bureau serves as a focal point on all aspects of the County?s responsibility to the Youth of the County of Saratoga for the purpose of planning, coordinating and supplementing the activities of public, private and religious agencies devoted to the welfare and protection of Youth.

    152 West High Street, Ballston Spa, 12020

    518-884-4180

  • 70. Schenectady Community Action Program

    Our employment services are for people who are financially struggling to make ends meet, TANF recipients and individuals re-entering the workforce from incarceration.

    913 Albany Street, Schenectady, 12307

    518-374-9181

  • 71. Schenectady County Youth Bureau

    Mission: - All youth in Schenectady County will have access to affordable, quality youth development programs available during critical hours of need on a daily basis. - All youth will have opportunities to access leadership development programs and/or be utilized as assets to the community.

    797 Broadway, Schenectady, 12305

    518-386-2210

  • 72. Schoharie County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Youth As Leaders program in Schoharie County is to provide an opportunity for youth to enhance their personal skills and leadership abilities while voicing their concerns and learning to take a leadership role in their community. The Youth As Leaders program arranges for youth to become acquainted with community needs and resources, encourages their interests and participation through leadership development, and assists in finding solutions for quality of life issues in Schoharie County. As youth participate in the program, they will become young individuals who are caring and participate in community leadership activities and responsibilities throughout Schoharie County. Students are chosen by their schools to start their sophomore year and they continue with the program until graduation.

    284 Main Street, Schoharie, 12157

    518-295-2057

  • 73. Schuyler County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Schuyler County Youth Bureau was established for the purpose of planning, coordination, and supplementing the activities of public, private, and religious agencies devoted to the development of youth. Programs will be provided for both the general population and those considered at-risk, up to age 21. The Schuyler County Youth Bureau strives to enhance the well being of all youth in Schuyler County by advocating and promoting for them the best possible education, social, and job opportunities.

    323 Owego Street, Montour Falls, 14865

    607-535-6800

  • 74. Seedco - Bridges to Careers

    The transition from prison to community presents many hurdles. Employment helps formerly incarcerated people gain economic stability and reduces the likelihood that they return to prison.

    22 Cortlandt Street, New York, 10007

    212-473-0255

  • 75. Seneca County Youth Bureau

    Seneca County Workforce Development & Youth Bureau is the HUB/PORT for youth and adult services. Our goal is to provide youth and adults with opportunities through information, programs, and services. These opportunities will empower individuals to make informed decisions about their education, employment, and career goals as they strive towards self-sufficiency and development of a healthy, safe and nurturing lifestyle. These services will be provided for in the most professional, efficient and respectful manner.

    1 DiPronio Drive, Waterloo, 13165

    315-539-1794

  • 76. Social Enterprise and Training Center Inc. - YouthBuild

    The SEAT Center provides education and training programs for underrepresented corevaluespopulations, businesses, and communities, with a strong focus on serving young adults, ages 16-24 years old.

    131 State Street, Schenectady, 12305

    518-372-4100

  • 77. Steuben County Youth Bureau

    The Steuben County Youth Bureau is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing youth services in the county. The Youth Bureau provides support, technical assistance, resource development, and other services and resources to funded and non-funded youth service programs, and collaborates with community partners to develop and support events and ongoing initiatives that promote positive youth development. The Youth Bureau, along with the advisory Steuben County Youth Board, serve as critical liaisons in the county, working with numerous partners to identify the needs of youth and youth service agencies, and to address the identified needs with the resources available.

    3 East Pulteney Square, Bath, 14820

    607-664-2119

  • 78. Suffolk County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Suffolk County Youth Bureau is to successfully meet the needs of Suffolk County Youth, under the age of 21, by ensuring effective countywide planning, thoughtful development, and efficiency in the management of resources necessary to sustain the County?s youth service system.

    100 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, 11788

    631-853-8270

  • 79. Sullivan County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau is a department within County government that advances positive youth development.

    100 N Street, Monticello, 12701

    845-794-3000

  • 80. The Doe Fund, Inc.

    The Doe Fund, in partnership with the Kings County District Attorney`s Office, operates the Ready Willing & Able - DAY program to meet the needs of former prisoners who were not homeless. This program, offers paid transitional work, case management, education, vocational training and job placement for parolees and has recently expanded to accommodate more former prisoners.

    345 E 102nd St., New York, 10029

    212-628-5207

  • 81. The Fortune Society

    The Fortune Society is working to create a world where all who are incarcerated or formerly incarcerated can become positive, contributing members of society. We do this by providing work readiness training, career counseling, job search, and education and training services.

    29-76 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City, 11101

    212-691-7554

  • 82. The Harlem Community Justice Center

    The Harlem Community Justice Center, helps parolees returning to the Harlem community from incarceration make the transition from life in prison to responsible citizenship. The Justice Center links parolees to a wide range of social services, including transitional employment and vocational services.

    170 East 121st Street, New York, 10035

    212-360-4131

  • 83. The Service Collaborative of Western New York, Inc - YouthBuild

    WNY Youthbuild program shapes the lives of our community?s next generation of leaders, providing an opportunity for at-risk or low-income to complete their education and learn in-demand job skills, all while committing their time and energy to local community revitalization projects. YouthBuild is an alternative education program that offers individuals ages 16-24 training and practical experience for ?in-demand? industry careers through community revitalization projects, while also working to earn a GED certificate through the program.

    173 Elm Street, Buffalo, 14203

    716-418-8500 ext. 138

  • 84. Tioga County Youth Bureau

    The Youth Bureau will fund youth development programs that are designed to provide positive youth development activities that promote physical, mental and social well-being, and community involvement.

    1062 State Route 38, Owego, 13827

    607-687-8317

  • 85. Tompkins County Youth Services

    The Tompkins County Youth Services Department invests time, resources and funding in communities to enable all youth to thrive in school, work and life.

    320 West State Street, Ithica, 14850

    607-274-5310

  • 86. Ulster County Youth Bureau

    The mission of the Ulster County Youth Bureau is to provide for a safe and healthy environment that promotes the well-being of all youth in Ulster County. To that aim, the Youth Bureau directs County funds and funds from the NYS Office for Children and Family Services to programs that promote youth development and prevent delinquency.

    304 Flatbush Avenue, Kingston, 12401

    845-334-5264

  • 87. Urban League of Rochester NY Inc.

    The Afterschool Academy is an academic achievement program that prepares youth in grades 6 through 12 for success in college and their careers. It has three components: Project Achieve (grades 6-7), Project Excel (grade 8), and Project Ready (grades 8-12).

    265 North Clinton Avenue, Rochester, 14605

    585-325-6530

  • 88. Urban Upbound

    Employment services are at the core of Urban Upbound. Providing job seekers with employment tools is one of the first steps in the employment process. Clients are matched with a Career Counselor to provide one-on-one counseling and to create a personalized employment plan.

    38-81 13th Street, Long Island City, 11101

    718-784-0877 ext. 6

  • 89. Volunteers of America - Greater New York

    After incarceration, offenders are often apprehensive about returning to their neighborhoods. In our three community residences, we help more than 300 offenders each year prepare for their reentry into society. All residents are required to complete our comprehensive 18-week life-skills and employment training program.

    135 West 50th Street, New York, 10020

    212-873-2600

  • 90. Warren County Youth Bureau

    "Providing children, youth, and teens with opportunities to meet their needs for physical, social, moral, emotional, and educational growth." - Connects the essential youth development and delinquency prevention work of government, public and private agencies, schools, families and communities to help all youth thrive. - Envisions the "Big Picture" for ALL Youth: Employability and Careers; Leisure Time/Recreation, Physical and Mental Health; Substance Abuse; Crime and Justice; Youth and Family Development; Education; Basic Needs/Runaway/Homeless. - Creates partnerships to strengthen services and opportunities for children, youth and teens from birth to age 21. - Researches current youth issues to frame our county youth services plan, establish local priorities and focus funds and administrative resources. - Oversees state and local dollars for local youth services; monitors and evaluates the benefits to youth. - Ensures community input and youth voice through the Warren County Youth Board. - Promotes "best practices" and research-based programs that demonstrate benefits for youth.

    Warren County Municipal, Lake George, 12845

    518-761-6362

  • 91. Washington County Youth Bureau

    The Washington County Youth Bureau is committed to helping young people grow up healthy, caring, and responsible. We believe that youth are valuable assets to the communities of Washington County. We strive to maximize the number of opportunities to build assets in our youth.

    383 Broadway, Fort Edward, 12828

    518-746-2328

  • 92. Wayne County Youth Bureau

    Our purpose is to serve the needs of Wayne County youth. The Dept. of Aging and Youth believes in encouraging a positive future for all young people. We establish and maintain collaborations with other youth serving agencies to ensure that Wayne County provides the best services available. We advocate for legislation and funding for youth services in the county and for all of New York State. The Youth bureau system embodies the definition of youth development as an ongoing process in which children and adolescents seek ways to meet their personal and social need, building skills and competencies that allow them to be successful and function effectively in their daily lives. Youth development recognizes the potential which young people possess and builds upon their strengths.

    1519 Nye Road, Lyons, 14489

    315-946-5624

  • 93. Westchester County Youth Bureau

    The Westchester County Youth Bureau provides financial support, monitors and supports nonprofit agencies and organizations that provide programs and services to youth. The goal is to promote positive youth development and to encourage healthy lifestyles.

    112 E. Post Road, White Plains, 10601

    914-995-2760

  • 94. Women's Prison Association

    WPA Reentry Services include a full array of prison, jail, and community-based assistance aimed at helping women become full participants in community life following incarceration or other criminal justice involvement.

    110 2nd Ave., New York, 10003

    646-292-7740

  • 95. Wyoming County Youth Bureau

    ?Stars of Tomorrow? is a youth oriented program that provides a variety of recreational, education, and social activities for youth in Wyoming County.

    8 Perry Avenue, Warsaw, 14569

    585-786-8850

  • 96. Yates County Youth Bureau

    The purpose of the Youth Bureau is to promote, establish, and maintain a unified system of youth development, recreation and delinquency prevention programs throughout Yates County for youth from birth to 21 years. This is accomplished through networking with others who serve youth, assessing the needs of youth through comprehensive planning, coordinating youth services, allocating Office of Children and Family Services funds for youth programs, and evaluating those programs? effectiveness.

    417 Liberty Street, Penn Yan, 14527

    315-531-3451

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021