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Reentry Programs in West Virginia
12 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in West Virginia

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

  • 1. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Buckhannon Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Training-Related Needs-Based Payments. Youth receive a $4.00 per hour training- related needs-based payment for each hour spent in classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Occupational Exploration, internships, and community services. ? TASC Attainment Incentive Youth receive a $100.00 incentive for receiving their TASC. Successful completion will be documented by the attainment of a diploma. ? Measurable Gains Bonus Youth receive a $50.00 and $25.00 bonuses for increasing their TABE levels, receiving a promotion at work, completing additional certificates, obtaining their driver's license...and other steps that lead to self-sufficiency. ? Additional Assistance The program covers costs associated with testing, certification and lab fees. Staff can assist with resources needed to go to work, such as specialized tools or clothing.

    1200 Harrison Avenue, Elkins, 26241

    304-637-0718

  • 2. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Charleston Office

    ?Supportive Services Offered ? ? Needs-Based Payments (stipends) Youth receive a $5.00 per hour needs-based payment for each hour spent in Classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Job shadowing, internships, and community service. ? Transportation The program purchases bus passes for participants through the Kanawha County Transit Authority. ? Tuitions, Fees and Books Funds are available to cover the cost associated with tuitions, fees and books. ? Testing Fees The program covers costs associated with SAT and/or ACT testing. ? Common Measures Degree /Certificate Attainment Bonus Youth receive a $100.00 bonus for attainment of a diploma, degree or certificate. ? Miscellaneous Funds are available to cover miscellaneous or incidental costs such as: payment for a Food Handler?s Card, personal hygiene/grooming items, or specialized training such as; First Aid, CPR, CIB?s, etc., provided it supports the participants? Individualized Career Plan.

    115 Spring Street, Charleston, 25302

    304-342-2078

  • 3. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Clarksburg Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Training-Related Needs-Based Payments. Youth receive a $4.00 per hour training- related needs-based payment for each hour spent in classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Occupational Exploration, internships, and community services. ? TASC Attainment Incentive Youth receive a $100.00 incentive for receiving their TASC. Successful completion will be documented by the attainment of a diploma. ? Measurable Gains Bonus Youth receive a $50.00 and $25.00 bonuses for increasing their TABE levels, receiving a promotion at work, completing additional certificates, obtaining their driver's license...and other steps that lead to self-sufficiency. ? Additional Assistance The program covers costs associated with testing, certification and lab fees. Staff can assist with resources needed to go to work, such as specialized tools or clothing.

    120 S Lainden Avenue, Clarksburg, 26301

    304-623-6367

  • 4. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Fairmont Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Training-Related Needs-Based Payments. Youth receive a $4.00 per hour training- related needs-based payment for each hour spent in classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Occupational Exploration, internships, and community services. ? TASC Attainment Incentive Youth receive a $100.00 incentive for receiving their TASC. Successful completion will be documented by the attainment of a diploma. ? Measurable Gains Bonus Youth receive a $50.00 and $25.00 bonuses for increasing their TABE levels, receiving a promotion at work, completing additional certificates, obtaining their driver's license...and other steps that lead to self-sufficiency. ? Additional Assistance The program covers costs associated with testing, certification and lab fees. Staff can assist with resources needed to go to work, such as specialized tools or clothing.

    416 Adams Street, Fairmont, 26554

    304-363-0654

  • 5. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Hurricane Office

    ???Supportive Services Offered ? ? Certificate Attainment Youth receive $100.00 for receiving their High School Equivalency Diploma or for one related credential. ? Transportation Payments Youth receive a $30.00 Transportation Payment to assist with the beginning stages of Summer Employment, Occupational Exploration, and/or Employment (this excludes participants who receive free bus passes or duplication of transportation from another provider). ? Monthly Participation Incentive Payments Youth receive a $150.00 incentive payment for participating in program activities for a minimum of 60 hours participation a month. This participation incentive will include transportation costs for the youth. Incentives are limited to 9 months of the program year, for each participant. ? Common Measures Literacy Numeracy Gain Bonus Program Youth who are basic skills deficient and increase one or more educational functioning levels, during the program year participation, receive a $25.00 bonus for each increased functioning level obtained, and $50 for exceeding Basic Skills. ? Testing Fees The program covers the costs associated with TABE, Work Keys, High School Equivalency, SAT and/or ACT testing.

    3554 Teays Valley Road, Hurricane, 25526

    681-233-4014

  • 6. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc. - Logan Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Certificate Attainment Youth receive $100.00 for receiving their High School Equivalency Diploma or for one related credential. ? Transportation Payments Youth receive a $30.00 Transportation Payment to assist with the beginning stages of Summer Employment, Occupational Exploration, and/or Employment (this excludes participants who receive free bus passes or duplication of transportation from another provider). ? Monthly Participation Incentive Payments Youth receive a $150.00 incentive payment for participating in program activities for a minimum of 60 hours participation a month. This participation incentive will include transportation costs for the youth. Incentives are limited to 9 months of the program year, for each participant. ? Common Measures Literacy Numeracy Gain Bonus Program Youth who are basic skills deficient and increase one or more educational functioning levels, during the program year participation, receive a $25.00 bonus for each increased functioning level obtained, and $50 for exceeding Basic Skills. ? Testing Fees The program covers the costs associated with TABE, Work Keys, High School Equivalency, SAT and/or ACT testing.

    130 East Stratton Street, Logan, 25601

    304-282-6466

  • 7. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc.- Morgantown Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Training-Related Needs-Based Payments. Youth receive a $4.00 per hour training- related needs-based payment for each hour spent in classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Occupational Exploration, internships, and community services. ? TASC Attainment Incentive Youth receive a $100.00 incentive for receiving their TASC. Successful completion will be documented by the attainment of a diploma. ? Measurable Gains Bonus Youth receive a $50.00 and $25.00 bonuses for increasing their TABE levels, receiving a promotion at work, completing additional certificates, obtaining their driver's license...and other steps that lead to self-sufficiency. ? Additional Assistance The program covers costs associated with testing, certification and lab fees. Staff can assist with resources needed to go to work, such as specialized tools or clothing.

    1644 Mileground, Morgantown, 26505

    304-342-2078

  • 8. Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc.- Weston Office

    Supportive Services Offered ? Training-Related Needs-Based Payments. Youth receive a $4.00 per hour training- related needs-based payment for each hour spent in classroom training or unpaid work activities, such as: Occupational Exploration, internships, and community services. ? TASC Attainment Incentive Youth receive a $100.00 incentive for receiving their TASC. Successful completion will be documented by the attainment of a diploma. ? Measurable Gains Bonus Youth receive a $50.00 and $25.00 bonuses for increasing their TABE levels, receiving a promotion at work, completing additional certificates, obtaining their driver's license...and other steps that lead to self-sufficiency. ? Additional Assistance The program covers costs associated with testing, certification and lab fees. Staff can assist with resources needed to go to work, such as specialized tools or clothing.

    468 Maine Avenue, Weston, 26452

    304-216-9976

  • 9. Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action (KISRA) - Beckley

    The Second Chance Mentoring Program is designed to help former offenders reenter our community, stabilize their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.

    516 New River Town Center, Beckley, 25801

    304-252-5657

  • 10. Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action (KISRA) - Institute

    The Second Chance Mentoring Program is designed to help former offenders reenter our community, stabilize their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.

    West Virginia State University, Institute, 25112

    304-768-8924

  • 11. Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action (KISRA) - Parkersburg

    The Second Chance Mentoring Program is designed to help former offenders reenter our community, stabilize their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.

    410 Market Street, Parkersburg, 26101

    304-699-6743

  • 12. Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action (KISRA) - Winfield

    KISRA's well trained and caring staff will provide case management, transportation assistance, transitional employment and work clothes assistance.

    11624 Winfield Road, Winfield, 25213

    304-412-2962

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021