Reentry Programs in Pennsylvania
22 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Pennsylvania

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

  • 1. Allegheny County - Reentry

    The Reentry Center is a highly structured sanction and intervention program that provides services to offenders who are not in compliance with their conditions of parole.

    1972 Clayton Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15214

    412-350-7900

  • 2. America Works - Philadelphia

    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.

    1500 Market St., Philadelphia, 19102

    215-774-3001

  • 3. Ardellas House

    Ardella’s House is a service and advocacy organization committed to helping women with criminal justice histories realize new possibilities for themselves and their families. They provide support and guidance through continued assessment of housing, career readiness, career placement, training and employment, and vocational and educational training.

    2428 N 33rd St, Philadelphia, 19132

    215-200-6006

  • 4. Back On My Feet - Philadelphia

    Back on My Feet (BOMF) is a strategic and unique program that uses running to teach critical work and life skills -- such as discipline, respect, leadership, and goal-setting.

    100 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, 19102

    215-772-1080

  • 5. Center for Employment Opportunities - Harrisburg

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) provides comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success.

    100 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, 17110

    717-783-3270

  • 6. Center for Employment Opportunities - Philadelphia

    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 Pennsylvania.

    245 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, 19107

    215-309-7220

  • 7. Center for Employment Opportunities - Pittsburgh

    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 Pennsylvania.

    100 Ross Street, Pittsburgh, 15219

    412-444-1025

  • 8. Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministries (CRAM), Inc

    CRAM's Employment Assistant Project (EAP) assesses ex-offender needs and identifies the areas in which they need employment training. The EAP provides re-entry services immediately upon release to enable the ex-offender to subsequently obtain and maintain gainful employment.

    1821 Fulton Street, Harrisburg, 17102

    717-234-3664

  • 9. Connection Training Services - YouthBuild

    Connection Training Services provides housing services to released prisoners through an on-the-job construction trades training program in which participants renovate housing.

    2243 West Allegheny Ave., Philadephia, 19132

    215-430-0381

  • 10. Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh

    Goodwill offers a wide variety of programs and services that provide employment-related education, training, counseling and job opportunities for people with barriers to employment.

    118 52nd Street, Pittsburg, 15203

    412-481-9005

  • 11. Goodwill Industries of the Conemaugh Valley Inc.

    Mission: To empower individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their fullest potential and to participate fully in their communities, Goodwill creates individualized person-centered plans that are based on the individual?s goals, interests, and abilities. Goodwill offers a continuum of prevocational paid work experiences, and community habilitation services that encourage and ensure choice, social inclusion, dignity, respect, and customer satisfaction, with a focus on the ultimate goal of increased independence in the community.

    540-542 Central Avenue, Johnstown, 15902

    814-536-3536

  • 12. Impact Services

    Through its new Reintegration of Ex-offenders program Impact will provide 400 ex-offenders (200 ex-offenders per year for two years) with employment services, recognized certificate training, mentoring, Participants may also receive ABE/GED services.

    1952 East. Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, 19134

    215-739-1600

  • 13. Nehemiah Wall, Inc.

    The Nehemiah Wall, Inc. is a not-for-profit, charitable and humanitarian organization. Our main purpose is to provide transitional housing for women exiting local and state prisons to aid them in becoming positive contributors to the Lehigh Valley and surrounding communities.

    822 West Broad Street, Bethlehem, 18018

    610-552-0152

  • 14. Opportunities Industrialization Centers - Tri-County

    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.

    500 Maclay Street, Harrisburg, 17110

    717-238-7318

  • 15. Opportunities Industrialization Centers - YouthBuild

    OIC is one of the region’s oldest and largest providers of job training and career development services, offering everything from computers for beginners to advanced hospitality training at our Opportunities Inn.

    1231 North Broad Street, Philadephia, 19122

    215-236-7700

  • 16. Partner4Work - STRIVE Program

    Training to Work offers men and women in work release or home confinement programs the opportunity to participate in career training that meets the needs of local businesses.

    650 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, 15222

    412-932-2948

  • 17. Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. - Youth Re-Entry

    The Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. is excited about a new youth program funded by the Westmoreland-Fayette Workforce Investment Board. We are looking to assist young adults between the ages 18 and 24 living in Westmoreland or Fayette counties who have been incarcerated as a juvenile or subject to the juvenile justice system for our Youth Re-Entry Mentor Program.

    219 Donohoe Rd, Greensburg, 15601

    724-836-2600 ext.210

  • 18. Ready, Willing, and Able

    The Ready, Willing & Able is program targets the segment of the homeless population considered the hardest to serve: single, able-bodied adults, the majority of whom have histories of incarceration.

    1211 Bainbridge Street, Phildelphia, 19147

    215-795-3255

  • 19. Renewal Inc.

    Helping Women Rebuild Their Lives - Individualized case management for recently released women including counseling and referrals for housing, job placement, drug and alcohol rehab and mental health treatment.

    326 Third Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15222

    412-690-2445

  • 20. Renewal, Inc. - GETPAID Program

    Renewal Inc. provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment services to adult men and women in the criminal justice system.

    326 Third Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15222

    412-690-2445

  • 21. YWCA of Greater Harrisburg

    YW Works helps clients assess their interests and abilities in order to target a vocation. Included in the training are job readiness activities (completing job applications, developing of professional cover letters and resume, practical experience in interviewing skills, and acquiring knowledge of the ethical standards required by employers), vocational and training referral assistance, job placement.

    1101 Market Street, Harrisburg, 17103

    717-234-7931

  • 22. ln His Eyes Outreach

    ln His Eyes Outreach is committed to women who are labeled as ex-offenders. We understand the isotation and stigma placed on women who have been incarcerated. We want to offer you support and guidance when needed.

    329 East Main Street, Norristown, 19401

    888-521-1812

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021