Voting and Civil Rights Restoration for Former Felons:
ACLU-AZ Voting Rights Restoration
https://www.aclu.org/files/pdfs/votingrights/az_kyr.pdf

ACLU-AZ Restoration of Civil Rights
https://www.acluaz.org/en/restoration-of-civil-rights

Get Back Your Right to Vote: https://www.acluaz.org/en/get-back-your-right-vote

Primavera Foundation
Free and public workshops several times a year to help individuals with Arizona and federal convictions to restore their Civil Rights and set aside their convictions; intended for those who have already completed their sentences.

http://www.primavera.org/what-we-do/stability/civil-rights-restoration.html | 520-882-5383

Formerly Incarcerated Re-entry & Referral

Click on Arizona to find services to help with reentry.
https://helpforfelons.org/reentry-programs-ex-offenders-state/#Arizona

Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Community Resources
On this site find links to Mercy Maricopa programs (in English and Spanish) and other community resources for a wide variety of issues.
https://www.mercymaricopa.org/community-guide

Yavapai Reentry Project
Provides supportive services, information referrals and mentor pairing for individuals leaving state correctional facilities. Also provides supportive services to families of current and released inmates.
http://yavapaireentryproject.org/ | 928-708-0100

Arizona Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC)
Recruitment, training, job placement assistance, and employee services.
http://www.azoic.org/
39 East Jackson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 | 602-513-8311

JobPath, Inc.
Workforce development program.
https://jobpath.net/
220 W. 6th St., Suite A108, P.O. Box 210300A, Tucson, AZ 85721 | 520-324-0402

Old Pueblo Community Services
Services from Outreach to Supportive Housing.
https://www.helptucson.org/
4501 E. Fifth Street, Tucson, Arizona, 85711 | 520-546-0122

The Primavera Foundation: Community Building & Engagement
Affordable housing and workforce development.
http://www.primavera.org/welcome.html | 520-623-5111

Re-Entry Programs for Ex-Offenders in Arizona
List of programs and websites that exist in the state of Arizona that can help ex-offenders locate housing, obtain job training and find employment.
http://www.recordgone.com/articles/re-entry-programs-and-resources-for-ex-offenders-arizona.htm

Catholic Charities Community Services of Southern Arizona – Kolbe Society
Volunteer mentors work with those released from incarceration. They accompany parolees, coordinating Social Security, employment, transportation, and more. 
https://www.ccs-soaz.org/agencies-ministries/detail/kolbe-society
140 W. Speedway, Ste. 230, Tucson, AZ 85705
Contact: Mike Gutierrez at 520-623-0344, ext.7046; 520-670-0853; 520-481-9149

2-1-1 Ex-Offender Re-Entry Programs
List of programs that help people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life.
http://www.mycommunitypt.com/arizona/index.php/component/cpx/?task=services.code&code=FF-1900

Grants for Ex-Felons in Arizona
Grants offer assistance with necessities such as job training and housing and, unlike loans, do not require repayment. All grants are issued based upon qualifying criteria, and award amounts may vary.
https://pocketsense.com/grants-exfelons-arizona-7439503.html

Jobs for Felons in Arizona
List of companies that hire felons.
https://helpforfelons.org/jobs-for-felons-in-arizona/

Ex-Offenders – Jobs
Companies that hire ex-offenders.
https://exoffenders.net/jobs-for-felons-in-arizona/

Jobs for Felons in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona
100+ companies that hire felons in Phoenix and Tucson.
Phoenix:
https://www.jobsforfelonshub.com/locations/jobs-for-felons-in-phoenix-arizona/

Tucson:
https://www.jobsforfelonshub.com/locations/jobs-for-felons-in-tucson-arizona/

 

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