Reentry Resources

    We offer information and resources for reentering individuals and their families.

    • USAJOBS   https://www.usajobs.gov/ – The federal government’s job site.
    • CareerOneStop –   https://www.careeronestop.org/ – Source for career exploration, training and jobs
    • WORKSOURCE   https://www.worksourcewa.com/ – Local and regional source for your job search.
    • ACCESS Washington   https://access.wa.gov/ – State and federal internships, apprenticeships and other positions.
    • O*Net OnLine   https://www.onetonline.org/ – Detailed job descriptions for careers in many occupations
    • Indeed   https://www.indeed.com/ – With Indeed, you can search jobs online with tools for job searches and resumes.
    • Glassdoor   https://www.glassdoor.com/ – Search millions of jobs and get the inside scoop on companies with employee reviews, personalized salary tools and more.
    • Microsoft Imagine Academy Learn basic computer skills, how to use the Web, Microsoft Office programs and more.
    • LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform that helps users gain the knowledge and learn the skills they need to achieve their personal and professional goals. There are thousands of engaging, top-quality courses and learning paths users can choose from such as Teacher Professional Development, Music Lessons, IT Content Management, Photography and so much more!
    • Alternatives to Violence Project – Training program enabling participants to deal with potentially violent situations in new and creative ways. Workshops are run by trained facilitators and are experiential (not based on lectures).
    • Division of Child Support Alternative Solutions Program – This program links parents with government and community groups to increase their ability to get a job and be financially stable.
    • Freedom Project – An educational organization serving inmates and those recently released back into the community. Their programs focus on nonviolent communication and mindfulness.
    • Goodwill Job Training and Education Programs – Goodwill offers training and education as well as help finding a job.
    • Guide to Sealing and Destroying Court Records, Vacating Convictions and Deleting Criminal History Records – A Washington State court brochure that provides information about sealing and destroying court records, vacating convictions, and deleting criminal history records.
    • ILS Re-Entry Wiki – The Washington State Library division of Institutional Services list of links to a wide range of resources for people re-entering after incarceration. Contains statewide resources with robust resource links in Spanish and can be searched by county.
    • Interaction Transition – Facilitates a successful, law-abiding transition by formerly incarcerated individuals, from life in prison to life in the free community.
    • Legal Financial Obligations (LFO) Interest Waiver Guide – This brochure provides information and forms on how to obtain a court order waiving or reducing interest on legal financial obligations (LFOs) in Washington State.
    • National Reentry Resource Center – An organization that provides resources, information and guidance for individuals as well as service providers.
    • Northwest Justice Project – Provides critical civil legal assistance and representation to low-income people in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income, access to health care, education and other basic needs.
    • Pioneer Human Services – Serves individuals released from prison or jail, and those in recovery, who are in need of treatment, housing, job skills training and employment.
    • Reinstate a Washington Driver’s License – Get personalized instructions for what one needs to do to reinstate a Washington State driver’s license.
    • Voting Rights Restoration – Washington State’s information page on voting rights after a felony conviction.
    • Voting Right Restoration ACLU (Spanish) – American Civil Liberties Union fliers with information on restoration of voting rights after a felony conviction.
    • Washington Law Help – Legal advice and resources for Washingtonians who cannot afford a lawyer.

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