Reentry Programs by State

Life can be very challenging, more so for those who have a criminal record. After a conviction, you may worry about how will you be able to be a productive member of a community with a criminal record. Where will I live? Where will I work? Can I work? (For Parents) Will I be able to financial support my children? Who can help me?
All are very valid questions. Understanding that reentry can be difficult, each state has tons of reentry programs that can assist an individual with the reentry process.
Having said that, has compiled a list of Reentry Programs By State for your convenience.

    Our Missions to provide supportive services to children of incarcerated parents and their families, and to increase public awareness of the underlying problems of these children as victims.

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    Employment Information Handbook. Federal Bureau of Prisons, Inmate Transition Branch

    New Roads is a transitional job and job placement program for formerly incarcerated men and women currently on parole or probation.

    A place to learn about navigating legal and practical barriers to reentry in California.

    A janitorial job training program for women who need a second chance in life.*Felony Friendly*

    Individuals with arrest/conviction records who are looking to build a career in the healthcare industry are invited to join Safer Foundation staff for at one of their Healthcare jobs pre-screening that take place on the last Thursday of each month.

    Please join us each Wednesday at 6pm to gather resources for Ex-Offenders/Returning Citizens. Contact info: 425 West Monument Street. Balti; MD 21201. (410)522-FACE(3223)


    For more information on schedules and locations, email, or call 410-396-5429.


    215 DINO DR. ANN ARBOR, MI 48103 - (734) 799-6857

    Please contact your local One-Stop Career Center Reentry Specialist in the state of New Jersey for more information regarding employment referrals, help removing barriers to employment, Workforce Learning Link resources, additional programs to help you obtain employment, or other employment information or assistance.

    NJ Citizen Action is pleased to announce the introduction of our new Financial Coaching Program. Our trained coaches will help you to achieve your financial goals. You’ll have the one-on-one support and resources you need to stop falling behind and start getting ahead.

    They are a background friendly employer, located in Blackwood NJ.

    131 West 25th Street, 12th Floor New York, NY 10001 / Phone: 212.803.5700 / Helps recently-released individuals—particularly those with mental health needs—find housing and other services.

    32 Broadway, New York, NY 10004 / Phone: 212.422.4430 / Provides job readiness and placement services to men and women returning from prison to NYC. The Neighborhood Work Project offers immediate, paid, short-term employment and prepares participants with needed skills to reenter workforce.

    39 West 19th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10011 / Phone: 212.206.7070 / Provides counseling, tutoring and job placement, and serves as a referral agency for drug/alcohol addiction programs and other social services. Offers HIV services and information about housing in shelters

    Bridges offers returning citizens from jails and prisons information on resources available in the City of Philadelphia.

    Philadelphia FIGHT Institute for Community Justice

    Help is Available for Youth with Criminal Records

    Great Employer, who is willing to give second chances. Located in Center City Philadelphia.


    Orientation meets the second Saturday of each month. Contact the Reconstruction office for more information or to schedule an orientation date 215-223-8180

    Do you have a criminal record? Do you desire a college degree and career success? Are you ready to change the course of your life?

    A statewide resource guide that outlines the economic supports and financial services available to low-income workers, as well as other topics regarding financial resources and self-sufficiency

    Experiencing homelessness or struggling to find housing, employment, health care, or other services in Philadelphia? Youth Matters: Philly is for you. This app is designed to help Philly youth find and access local resources, like shelters, housing, foodbanks, healthcare providers, and more.

 1801 S. Great Southwest Pkwy Grand Prairie, TX 75051