America Works helps individuals increase their self-sufficiency through gainful employment, including military veterans, welfare and SNAP recipients, young adults, the criminal justice involved, homeless, non-custodial parents, persons receiving disability, among others. America Works uses a blended model that includes work readiness training, vocational training, career placement, career advancement, and employment retention services. Learn more at americaworks.com or email@example.com.
The Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau County’s Restore to Life Reentry Program is a resource for individuals recently released from incarceration. Individuals are provided with: Mentoring Services, Housing assistance, Job Assistance, Referrals for Wraparound Services. Contact 516-292-9710 or visit https://www.eoc-nassau.org/restore-to-life for more information.
Employers can get involved by taking the New York pledge to consider qualified individuals with criminal convictions for employment, conducting, as appropriate, individualized assessments of whether a conviction affects a person’s suitability for a job. See the pledge here.