Reentry Programs in Wisconsin
24 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in Wisconsin

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

  • 1. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Appleton

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    720 West Washington Street, Appleton, 54912

    920-830-1750

  • 2. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Baraboo

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    107 4th St., Baraboo, 53913

    608-356-4460

  • 3. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Dodgeville

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    222 N. Iowa Street, Dodgeville, 53553

    608-935-0309

  • 4. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Green Bay

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    1761 Shawano Ave., Green Bay, 54307

    920-497-5914

  • 5. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - LaCrosse

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    2101 Victory St., LaCrosse, 54601

    608-784-3366

  • 6. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Madison

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    5706 Odana Rd., Madison, 53719

    608-273-3055

  • 7. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Madison

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    601 Atlas Avenue, Madison, 53714

    608-223-0017

  • 8. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Marinette

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    700 Owena St., Marinette, 54143

    715-504-2150

  • 9. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Milwaukee

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    2266 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, 53203

    414-277-7933

  • 10. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Stevens Point

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    1500 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point, 54481

    715-343-6280

  • 11. ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc. - Wausau

    Re-entry Services works with county clients to address employment, transportation, childcare, housing, and family issues. Reach-in services are also available to offenders in correctional centers as they plan their re-entry back into the community.

    903 N 2nd St., Wausau, 54403-4702

    715-848-3202

  • 12. Advocap, Inc. - Fond du Lac

    Help visitors and returning job seekers fully access and utilize Job Center resources and make referrals to Job Center partners.

    19 West First Street, , 54936

    920-539-8532

  • 13. Advocap, Inc. - Winnebago County

    Help visitors and returning job seekers fully access and utilize Job Center resources and make referrals to Job Center partners.

    181 E. North Water St., Neenah, 54956

    920-252-3216

  • 14. America Works - Milwaukee

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

    310 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, 53203

    262-290-2299

  • 15. Community Action, Inc. - Transitional Jobs Program

    The Transitional Jobs Program is a partnership with the Department of Children and Families designed to provide subsidized employment to City of Beloit residents who meet eligibility standards. The program helps participants move into unsubsidized employment that becomes a stable source of income, improve their skills and increase their work experience.

    20 Eclipse Center, Beloit, 53511

    608-313-1300

  • 16. Convergence Resource Center

    The Convergence Resource Center is a faith-based, community service, non-profit organization that provides ancillary support for men and women rebuilding their lives after trauma, with an emphasis on justice involved women.

    7961 N. 76th Street, Milwaukee, 53233

    414-979-0591

  • 17. Employ Milwaukee Inc. - YouthBuild

    For 16-24 year olds recieve: - Job readiness and industry-recognized skill training in construction - Instruction and tutoring leading to completion of your high school diploma - Paid project-based work experience - Leadership development/life skills training - Job and college placement

    2342 North 27th Street, Milwaukee, 53210

    414-270-1700

  • 18. Genesis Lighthouse in Milwaukee

    The Bridge Program creates a bridge of resources to high school equivalence and vocational training programs.

    1312-14 N 13th St, Milwaukee, 53233

    414-254-2098

  • 19. Just Dane

    The Journey Home, will focus on the expansion of an effective and timely referral network for returnees in order to provide ongoing direction and support for those men and women released to Dane County. Access to employment and links to mental health, housing, and drug services in Dane County is the focal point for the Re-Integration Initiative.

    2115 S. Park Street, Madison, 53713

    608-256-0906

  • 20. Urban League of Greater Madison

    For nearly 40 years, the Urban League of Greater Madison has been helping Dane County citizens realize their employment and career goals. We offer a variety of FREE services that can help you be more successful in your career search.

    2222 S. Park St., Madison, 53713

    608-729-1200

  • 21. Windows to Work (W2W)

    Windows to Work (W2W) in Wood County is an offender reentry program that focuses on working with inmates located at the Wood County Jail prior to their release, and up to one year post release. The program is designed to assist offenders in making their transition back into the community.

    3118 Post Road, Stevens Point, 54481-6451

    715-459-2548

  • 22. Wisconsin Community Services, Inc.

    The WCS Community and Reintegration Services Division provides programs which work with participants to help them develop the skills they need to be positive and contributing members of our communities.

    414 W Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, 53188

    262-544-4600

  • 23. Wisconsin Institute for Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia, Inc.

    The learning assistance that juvenile offenders receive from WILDD not only boosts their self-esteem, but also lowers the likelihood of repeat offenses and resulting additional time spent in correctional institutions.

    811 E Washington Ave, Madison, 53703

    608-371-9602

  • 24. Workforce Resource, Inc.

    Chippewa Fresh Start YouthBuild provides education, employment skills and career direction for at-risk young adults by involving them in the construction of a new house. When completed, the house is sold to an income-eligible family in the community. During the course of the program, the young adults gain valuable skills, perform community service, and prepare for post-secondary education and/or careers. The most important goals of the project are to build self-esteem and help young adults become self-sufficient.

    401 Technology Drive East, Menomonie, 54751

    800-472-5522

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021