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Formerly Incarcerated

Website: www.dannonproject.org

Phone: 205-202-4072

This non-profit serves at risk youth and returning offenders who are reentering society. Programs and services are free of charge to youth and adult participants. Services are offered such as childcare, healthcare, housing, family reunification, advocacy programs, employment assistance, case management, substance abuse counseling, education, financial literacy and life skills trainings, retention services, reentry services, youth development programs, and occupational training programs.

Website: www.thenationalreentrynetwork.org

Phone: 202-584-1000 or 1-844-916-2577

This network offers programs like financial literacy training, resume building, connections to employers, peer navigators, support groups, and supportive reentry housing to formerly incarcerated individuals. 

Website: www.operationnewhope.org

Phone: 904-354-HOPE

This organization provides free trainings, job placement, support services, financial services, housing and transportation assistance to those involved in the legal system in efforts to reduce recidivism.

Website: www.freereentry.org
Phone: 1-833-782-FREE

This non-profit provides reentry services like employment assistance, mentorship, access to resources, social services, and wrap around services to children of incarcerated parents.

Website: www.reecareer.com

This website is a database of re-entry programs and career options for felons, including resume building assistance, courses and certifications, government programs, and housing help. 

Website: www.felonyfriendlyjobs.org 

This website provides jobs by city and state for felons seeking employment.

Website: www.jailstojobs.org

This nonprofit helps felons with employment assistance, resume writing, interviewing skills, and job opportunities.

Website: www.adoptaninmate.org

Phone: 971-236-7897

This organization provides support and mentorship to people in prison by connecting them to people on the outside that want to support and amplify the voices of prisoners inside.

Website: www.imdiversity.com
Phone: 281-265-2472

This career resource is for felons in search of job opportunities. 

Website: www.samhsa.gov
Phone: 240-276-1660 or 1-800-726-4727

This government organization offers recovery and reentry programs to incarcerated individuals with a substance use disorder or mental illness. They also assist with applying for social security disability income (SSDI) if eligible. 

Website: www.ficpfm.org

This organization advocates on a legal level for formerly incarcerated individuals and their families.

Website: www.voa.org/correctional-re-entry-services

Phone: 800-899-0089

This organization offers reentry and rehabilitation services including halfway houses, work release programs, day reporting, diversion and pre-trial services, residential treatment, and family support and mediation services. 

Website: www.freegrantsforfelons.org

This organization serves as a financial assistance directory for anything housing, job, or education related.

Website: www.helpforfelons.org

This organization provides services such as legal, financial, housing, reentry, and job assistance to felons.

Website: www.prisonerswithchildren.org
Phone: 415-255-7036

This nonprofit offers legal support, advocacy, and education to incarcerated individuals in hopes to reunify families and restore human rights.

Website: www.cjinvolvedwomen.org

This organization contains a wide range of online resources for women who have faced or who are facing incarceration.

Website: www.centurion.org

Phone: 609-921-0334

This non-profit is dedicated to getting innocent people out of jail by investigating cases, offering post release support, housing, clothing, employment services, and medical care.

Website: www.prisonfellowship.org
Phone: 1-800-206-9764

This organization provides in prison programs like leadership training, connection classes, women's ministry, and an angel tree program where they will provide Christmas gifts to children on behalf of incarcerated parents. The organization also offers reentry services like mentorship, life-skills training, and parenting classes.

Website: www.usa.generation.org

Phone: 888-633-1352

This organization offers free technical and specific skill online certification programs to help support individuals into life-altering careers that would otherwise be inaccessible. 

Website: www.friendafelon.com

This phone app serves as a felony-friendly jobs and housing directory.

Website: www.firststepalliance.org
Phone: 862-294-0355

This organization offers free programs to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals. Services include financial education, entrepreneurship classes, and access to affordable banking services.

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