Welcome to the Re-entry & Legal resource page!
The drop-down menu items below provide resources for individuals who have or have had a history of justice involvement. This includes information about expungement and other legal resources, programs and training related to employment, and tattoo removal services. Please visit periodically as resources on this page are updated on a regular basis.
For information on Legal Resources, and Tattoo Removal please visit the Community Resources & Information page .
Programs & Training
January 15, 2020 – Project imPact
Project imPact may offer assistance in finding employment or training, pending or past legal issues, and behavioral health counseling.
Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
CEO offers individuals just coming home from prison the ongoing support necessary to build career capital and financial stability. We believe that everyone, regardless of their past, deserves the chance to work toward a stronger future for themselves, their families, and their communities. As the largest reentry employment provider in the country, CEO is using our scale, experience, and data – backed by our participants’ feedback on what works – to change the way government invests in criminal justice and workforce development.
Flyer: Center for Employment Opportunities
Referral Form: Center for Employment Opportunities Referral Form
Developing Opportunities & Offering Reentry Solutions (DOORS)
DOORS provides an array of comprehensive supportive services to address the barriers to reentry for justice involved individuals, particularly those on adult felony supervision, their families and the community.
Friends Outside in Los Angeles County – Dad’s Back Academy
The Dads Back! Academy provides comprehensive services for up to 6 months including activities centered on Responsible Parenting, Healthy Marriages, Skills Building and an Economic Stability job preparation program for reentering fathers.
Miguel Contreras Foundation Workforce Program – Second Chance Bootcamp
MCF’s Workforce Development Program is a cross-sector partnership that creates durable career opportunities for historically underserved workers. Currently, the program supports individuals re-entering the workforce after incarceration with union-employer-sponsored careers in the building and construction trades.