Urban League Of Greater Atlanta
Facebook (44) · Employment Agency229 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta · (404) 659-1150
Re-Entry Connection Inc
P.O. Box 115567, Atlanta · (678) 471-9625Georgia Center for Opportunity333 Research CourtSuite 210Peachtree Corners,GA 30092(770-242-0501)
Dear [NAME], Thank you for reaching out to us at Georgia Center for Opportunity (GCO). We appreciate your concern and desire to create a better life for yourself. I wanted to let you know that we do not offer a specific prisoner reentry program at GCO for people to participate in, but rather we do research and advocacy that aims at assisting those returning home from prison through changes in law and policy, as well as through promoting solutions in the community. That said, we have learned of valuable resources in the metro-Atlanta area which offer services and programs for those returning home from prison. I would like to provide you with a list of some of these organizations: • Persons Impacted by Incarceration Collaborative (PIIC) – very good resource for reentry knowledge and referrals – Po Box 1478, Mableton, Ga, 30126, (404-992-7174)• Redemption & Advancement Alliance – Life coaching and training – PO Box 161243, Atlanta, GA 30321 – http://mail.redeem-advance.org/ (404-669-6239)• Urban League of Atlanta – Employment program, transitional job, life coaching, housing http://ulgatl.org/ PO Box 161243, Atlanta, GA 30321 (404-659-1150)• Goodwill of North Georgia – Training and employment programs, job placement assistance http://goodwillng.org/get-training.aspx, email@example.com 2201 Lawrenceville Highway • Suite 300, Decatur, GA 30033 (404-420-9900)• NSPIRE – Provides employment, housing, education, spiritual community, coaching, etc. – www.nspireoutreach.org 1305 Lakes Pkwy Suite 121, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (800-775-9020); Atlanta, clothing- (678-831-6450)• Georgia Calls – On-the-job training, life skills training, entrepreneurship program – http://www.gacalls.org/ 1705 Enterprise Drive, Suite B Buford, GA 30518 (678-251-4225)• Georgia Justice Project – Direct legal representation, advocacy, and social services for those who are indigent – http://www.gjp.org/ 438 Edgewood Avenue, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312 (404-827-0027)• Department of Labor – Employment services – www.dol.state.ga.us, 2211 Beaver Ruin Rd #160, Norcross, GA 30071 https://dol.georgia.gov/locations/career-center http://employgeorgia.com/ (404-679-5200) Career Center Regional Operations: (404-232-3990)• Division of Child Support Services – Fatherhood Program – http://dcss.dhs.georgia.gov/fatherhood-program (1-844-694-2347)• THOR Directory – Transitional Housing for Offender Reentry – https://pap.georgia.gov/thordirectory State Board of Pardons and Paroles – 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive SE, Suite 458, Balcony Level, East Tower, Atlanta, Georgia 30334-4909 (404-656-4661)• Sherman & Brown Transportation LLC – Trucking company, CDL preferred but other candidates who can obtain a CDL will be considered – https://sabtllc.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org (888-541-6650)• Hireliving – call center for women (678-942-1097 x 1209) https://hireliving.org/ • Theochem Laboratories – Powder Detergent Plant – 3780 Browns Mill Rd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30354-2927 – (404-767-7526) ask for Christina Ramirez • Mister Car Wash – 575 Ponce De Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA, United States – https://mistercarwash.com/ contact Krystal Perelion – email@example.com
Georgia ReEntry Programs
Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless
761 Wheaton St
Social Apostolate of Savannah Re-entry Program Assistance
502 East Liberty Street
Old Savannah City Mission
2414 Bull St
225 W. Broad Ave.
Liberty Reentry Coalition
205 E Court St
Camden County Re-Entry Program
208 East 4th Street
Union Mission Prison Re-entry
120 Fahm Street
City of Savannah – Savannah Impact Program
1700 Drayton Street
Georgia Reentry Programs and Assistance Information
Georgia Reentry Partnership Housing – Re-Entry Partnership Housing (RPH) is a means to provide housing to convicted felons who remain in prison after the Parole Board has authorized their release due solely to having no residential options.
Reentry Project, Inc. – “Re-Entry Project [Cobb County, GA.] impacts our community by lending a helping hand to young men between the ages of 20-29 years old who served time in state prisons or local jails for a period not exceeding 5 years for offenses classified as misdemeanors and some felonies not involving manslaughter, gun related offenses, drug trafficking and child molestation charges.”
Center for Opportunity – An initiative that has been around since July of 2013. It’s goal is to curb Georgia’s high rate of recidivism through evidence based solutions.
United Way Atlanta – As one of the leading nonprofit organizations in the country, United Way of Greater Atlanta raises around $80 million annually and invests in more than 140 programs that bring measurable results to our 13-county region.