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Reentry Programs in North Carolina

Here are 24 non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in North Carolina:

  • 1. Barnabas House of Northeastern North Carolina

    Barnabas House is a Christian residential program that prepares released inmates and others who have life controlling addictions to reintegrate into society and to become productive members of the community._x000D_

    PO Box 1205, Elizabeth City, 27906

    252-368-1239

  • 2. Central Carolina Community College - Siler City Center

    400 Progress Boulevard, Siler City, 27344-3032

    919-545-8663

  • 3. Central Carolina Community College - West Harnett Center

    145 Olive Farm Drive, Sanford, 27332

    910-814-8899

  • 4. Central Carolina Community College - YouthBuild

    Central Carolina YouthBuild provides guidance and opportunity for local youth who have previously been met with barriers to achieving goals. Through YouthBuild, students will earn their GED or Adult High School Diploma, along with an industry-recognized credential in construction, culinary or nursing. Students will engage in leadership activities so that upon graduation from YouthBuild they are on a clear path to post-secondary education and gainful employment leading to individual, family and community impact.

    764 West Street, Pittsboro, 27312

    800-682-8353

  • 5. City of Durham - Transistional Jobs

    The Durham JobLink Ex-Offender Program provides intensive screening and evaluation for offenders based on their individual needs, workshops to provide assistance with professional development, i.e. resume and employment history, preparing an application, job interviewing skills, utilizing community resources, job retention, and soft skill development to offenders that are job ready._x000D_

    807 E Main Street, Durham, 27701

    919-560-4965

  • 6. Community Success Initiative

    CSI provides small group trainings and individual mentoring in general life skills, leadership, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and areas related to transitioning back into family and community life.

    1830-B Tillery Place, Raleigh, 27604

    919-754-5332

  • 7. 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.

    811 N. Elm Street, Greensboro, 27401

    338-379-8477

  • 8. EDSI - Helping Today's Youth

    Youth work with a Career Advisor to create a Career Pathway Plan toward sustainability in a field that capitalizes on the youth?s unique talents. Our cohort program design allows youth to move through the program as a group, learning teamwork skills and providing support to each other as they share similar experiences. We target youth who may face substantial barriers to employment: those who are in the foster system, at risk of dropping out of school or facing poverty and other challenges. Our In-School and Out-of-School Youth programs help clients gain the skills they need for high-demand jobs in their communities. We provide training, workshops, field trips, mentoring and internships that allow youth to explore new areas and find out what they are good at.

    1649 Old Louisburg Road, Raleigh, 27604

    313-271-2660

  • 9. Exodus Homes

    Exodus Homes is a faith-based United Way agency, offering transitional and permanent supportive housing for homeless recovering addicts, alcoholics, and formerly incarcerated people returning to our community from treatment programs and prison. _x000D_

    610 4th St. SW, Hickory, 28602

    828-324-4870

  • 10. Harnett County JobLink Center

    1137 E. Cornelius Harnett Boulevard, Lillington, 27546

    910-893-2191

  • 11. InStepp

    The Employment Re-entry Assistance Program, (ERA) program provides job placement assistance, training and mentoring to women offenders in Durham County_x000D_

    3717-B University Drive, Durham, 27707

    919-680-8000

  • 12. Johnston County Industries - Erwin

    411 E. Jackson Blvd., Erwin, 28888

    910-891-2710

  • 13. Johnston County Industries - Headquarters

    JCI is an entrepreneurial, private, nonprofit corporation dedicated to empowering people with disabilities or disadvantages to succeed through training and employment.

    1100 East Preston Street, Selma, 27576

    919-743-8700

  • 14. Johnston County Industries - Smithfield

    JCI is an entrepreneurial, private, nonprofit corporation dedicated to empowering people with disabilities or disadvantages to succeed through training and employment.

    912 North Brightleaf Blvd, Smithfield, 27577

    919-934-1029

  • 15. Leading Into New Communities (LINC), Inc.

    LINC, Inc.'s mission is to educate and motivate youth to make positive life choices and to empower men and women returning from incarceration to be productive members of our community.

    222 Division Drive, Wilmington, 28401

    910-332-1132

  • 16. Opportunity & Industrialization Center of Wilson County

    OIC of Wilson, Inc. is a non-profit community- based organization that has been meeting the needs of the economically disadvantaged individuals throughout the community.

    801 Reid Street East, Wilson, 27893

    252-291-0038

  • 17. Piedmont Triad Regional Council - Project Reentry

    Project Reentry offers a variety of services. Post-release services provide short-term personal and vocational support for participants as they adapt to life after prison and work toward self-sufficiency.

    1398 Carrollton Crossing Drive, Kernersville, 27284

    336-761-2111

  • 18. Richmond Community Support Center (RCSC) - Alamance

    The NEXTGEN Program provides a comprehensive year-round approach to youth services which blend youth developmental activities like leadership and mentoring with those of the traditional employment and training system. The NEXTGEN Program is designed to help at risk youth, 16-24 years old, be successful at school and in employment. Individuals who believe they may qualify are encouraged to apply for WIOA services. Upon acceptance into the NEXTGEN program an individual would be offered a mix of services that may include: tutoring/study skills training, internships and job shadowing, adult mentoring, leadership development and case management. In addition, the NEXTGEN program provides the possibility of summer employment opportunities when approval and funding permits.

    2640 Columbine Lane, Burlington, 27215

    336-570-6800

  • 19. Richmond Community Support Center (RCSC) - Moore

    245 Shepherd Trail, Aberdeen, 28315

    910-944-7697

  • 20. Richmond Community Support Center (RCSC) - Randolph

    600 South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, 27203

    336-625-5128

  • 21. River City Community Development Corporation - Youth Development

    As an affiliate of this incredible network, River City YouthBuild provides opportunity youth the pathways to redefine their lives through educational, professional, and leadership development. The program provides a pathway to education through General Education Development (GED) classes, as well as on-site construction work experience or exposure to the health care field through a pre-Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) track. To enhance this experience, the program also provides job skills training, leadership development, exposure to community service (via AmeriCorps), and access to supportive services during and after graduating from the program. This investment transforms youth into educated and economically self-sufficient young men and women.

    501 E. Main Street, Elizabeth City, 27909

    252-331-6312

  • 22. Stepup Ministries

    StepUp Ministry is a community of diverse faiths that partners with adults and children in the shared goal of stable lives through Jobs and Life Skills training. We primarily assist low-income, homeless, jobless and underemployed individuals and their children, with special resources for veterans.

    1701 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, 27608

    919-781-0156

  • 23. Suit Up Charlotte

    Suit Up helps people acquire the life-changing skills and attitudes needed to overcome challenging circumstances, find sustained employment, and become valuable contributors to their families,their employers, and their communities.

    2801 Crisman St., Charlotte, 28208

    980-859-4154

  • 24. The Center for Community Transitions - Life Works!

    The Center for Community Transitions is a non profit organization with a mission to improve the quality of life in Charlotte-Mecklenburg by restoring offenders to their families and the community, helping them find work and reducing recidivism.

    5301 Wilkinson Blvd., Charlotte, 28208

    704-374-0762

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on February 2023