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Ex-Offender Employment and Re-Entry Resources
Career Connections | One-Stop Career Centers
State funded re-employment centers provide job search assistance, training and education assistance, specialized services, and on-site resource rooms (PCs, telephones, etc.)
Division of Community Programs (State Parole Board)
The Community Programs Division develops, coordinates and manages treatment and services to parolees. Programs include Community Resource Centers, the Reentry Substance Abuse Program (RESAP) and Stages to Enhance Parolee Success (STEPS) residential programs, the Mutual Agreement Program (in partnership with the Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services), and other specialized programs.
New Jersey Association on Correction
NJAC envisions a world of social equity and the development of just laws that are impartially applied to all people. survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, women at risk of separation from their children due to child abuse and/or neglect, women in recovery and their children, people at risk for and living with HIV/AIDS, adult-ex-offenders, and youth who are at risk of becoming offenders. Multiple locations across New Jersey.
The Re-entry Coalition of New Jersey
An organization committed to offender rehabilitation. The Coalition is comprised of agencies providing evidence-based re-entry services to offenders in an effort to promote public safety and reduce the likelihood of offenders returning to the criminal justice system.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation
A non-profit running re-entry programs in Jersey City, Elizabeth, Hackensack, Kearny, Neptune City, New Brunswick, Newark, Paterson, and Toms River.
Fresh Start @ Your Library
A statewide library reentry program that is focused on reconnecting returning citizens with their communities at public libraries.
New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons Consortium (NJ-STEP)
(a) Provides higher education courses for all students under the custody of the State of New Jersey while they are incarcerated, and (b) assists in the transition to college life upon their release into the community. Our vision is that every person in prison who qualifies for college have the opportunity to take college classes while incarcerated and continue that education upon release.
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Re-Entry Services
Headquartered in Camden, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley has operated community-based, residential, reintegration-centered programs for thirty years.
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