Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Oregon
Are you entering or re-entering the job market, or maybe changing careers? Job Connection is a free job search and referral program designed to help you find a job outside Goodwill that fits your needs and abilities.
1943 SE Sixth Ave., Portland, 97214
Mercy Corps Northwest assists formerly incarcerated individuals in connecting with communities by providing for their immediate needs and navigation to essential services.
43 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, 97204
OHDC's YouthSource Program serves Southeast Washington County. The program is designed to assist youth to obtain their educational credentials while receiving support services, high school credit courses, employment readiness training and job development services. Preparation/transition services for advanced training and college studies are also integrated into program services. Incented service learning and work-based learning experiences are available through the on-site entrepreneurship program The Supa Fresh Youth Farm, as well as with other business and organizations.
8040 SW Durham Road, Tigard, 97224
OIC is a network of employment and training programs located across the United States and abroad bound together by a common goal: to serve the economically dependent and the un/under-employed.
922 N. Killingsworth St., Portland, 97217
Funded by City of Portland, Portland Development Commission Economic Opportunity Program for the past three years, the Prisoner Reentry Employment Program (PREP) was developed in 2010 to address the employment needs of ex-offenders. Since 2009-2010, PREP has co-enrollment all PREP customers in WIA. The program offers vocational case management, career and work readiness, job development and support services to 80 individuals. PREP offers ex-offenders universal access and does not impose the restrictive eligibility criteria of DOL ex-offender grants.
6401 SE Foster Road, Portland, 97206
The Ross Shepard Reentry Resource Center (RRC) is a comprehensive job assistance center where men and women with criminal histories can get help finding employment. The RRC is staffed with knowledgeable and helpful people to assist with job searches, including referrals, resume writing, access to bus passes and obtaining official identification.
338 Highway 99 North, Eugene, 97401
The Community Partners Reinvestment Project provides a wide array of individualized services and support, including skill development; employment services
3910 SE Stark Street, Portland, 97214
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021