Reentry Programs in Tennessee
12 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Tennessee

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

  • 1. 4:13 Strong

    4:13 Strong provides training, skills and job placement for at-risk men. Our intensive, residential program gives men a lifeline to make lasting change, because every man deserves a chance to reach their potential.

    1276 Foster Avenue, Nashville, 37210

  • 2. America Works - Memphis

    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.

    22 North Front St., Memphis, 38103

    901-341-5627

  • 3. America Works - Nashville

    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.

    3200 West End Ave., Nashville, 37203

    615-712-7001

  • 4. America Works - Nashville

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

    424 Church Street, Nashville, 37219

    615 651-7349

  • 5. Center for Employment Opportunities - Memphis

    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.

    2714 Union Extended, Memphis, 38112

    901-254-8800

  • 6. Centerstone Tullahoma ? North Jackson Street

    Career Connect is a set of free evidence-based, employment-focused services and wraparound supports designed specifically for young adults, ages 18 to 24, who have had any form of involvement with the criminal justice system. Utilizing a Career Pathways approach, participants will learn new work skills, obtain certifications or degrees and develop opportunities for lifelong careers.</p>

    1803 North Jackson Street, Tullahoma, 37388

    877-467-3123

  • 7. Chattenoga Endeavors

    Chattenoga Endeavors reentry programs are intended to assist offenders in acquiring the life skills needed to succeed in the community and become law-abiding citizens.

    2007 E 27th Street, Chatanooga, 37404

    423-266-1888

  • 8. Dismas House - Nashville

    Dismas House providews weekly one-on-one sessions to work on driver`s license renewal, government services, employment, and permanent housing.

    2424 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, 37203-1517

    615-297-4511

  • 9. HopeWorks, Inc.

    The Hope Works project is focused on helping the unemployed become self-directed and goal-oriented.

    3337 Summer Ave., Memphis, 38122

    901-272-3700

  • 10. Mid-Cumberland Workforce Services Youth CAN

    Youth CAN assists out of school youth, ages 16-24, with educational, training, and career opportunities through various resources and supportive services. Our mission is to help young people achieve academic and occupational goals and attain a healthy work ethic. Youth CAN provides the financial and educational help the eligible youth need to receive a high school diploma, high school equivalency diploma, postsecondary diploma, or other qualified credential. We prepare them for employment, occupational, and educational opportunities.

    1101 Kermit Drive, Nashville, 37217

    615-850-3920

  • 11. Project Return

    The Jobs &amp; Futures Programs is available to any adult who has been incarcerated or is currently incarcerated and planning for their release. The program helps ex-offenders and their families by providing: employment placement assistance, life skills training and job readiness training.

    806 4th Avenue South, Nashville, 37210-4000

    615-327-9654

  • 12. YMCA of metropolitan Chattanooga

    The YMCA believes that every child has potential. Serving more than 79,000 kids across Middle Tennessee, the Y?s youth programs help kids learn critical life skills, discover their passions and grow in confidence.

    301 W 6th Street, Chattanooga, 37402

    423-266-3766

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021