Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Vermont
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.
1 Anna Marsh Lane, Brattleboro, 05302
Vermont Catholic Charitise assists inmates in transition back to the community with employment and housing.
55 Joy Drive, South Burlington, 05403
Dismas House provides transitional housing and support services to men and women who have been recently released from prison or jail. Dismas House recognizes that the cycle of crime can be reduced when men and women who have been incarcerated have assistance readjusting to society. Dismas House provides room and board, transportation, job referrals, life skills counseling.
96 Buell Street, Burlington, 05161
Vermont Works for Women has a variety of programs to serve incarcerated women and recently released women.
32A Malletts Bay Ave., Winooski, 05404
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021