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Re-entry Resource Guide

Reentry Resources – Greater Miami Area
Name: Advocate Program, Inc.
Website: www.advocateprogram.com
Phone: (305) 704-0200
Address: 1901 SW 1st Street 3rd Floor
Miami, FL 33135
Hours: Mon, Tues – Thurs, Fri | 8:30am to 4:30pm | Wednesday | 8:30am to 7:30pm
Services: The Advocate Program, Inc. is a private not-for-profit agency offering structured probation, traditional probation, diversion and community service programs to the Courts of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Miami-Dade County, Florida), both adult and juvenile. Additionally the Program operates a Licensed D.U.I. School. Provides community service programs including counseling, probation, diversion, education and orientation for ex-offenders.


Name: Agape Family Ministries – Re-entry Program
Website: www.alpha-omegaalliance.org
Phone: (863) 946-2228
Address: 22790 SW 112th Avenue
Miami, FL 33170
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Located in a state of the art facility on a 7 acre site in South Dade, AGAPE serves women facing the challenges of severe and persistent mental illness and/or chronic substance abuse. AGAPE is a service provider for the Department of Children and Families (DCF), Department of Corrections (DOC), Criminal Justice System (including Forensics), State Mental Health Facilities and Hospitals.


Name: Alpha Omega Alliance
Website: www.alpha-omegaalliance.org
Phone: (855) 888-3247
Address: 3600 Broadway
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Hours: Monday – Friday | 10:00am to 7:00pm
Services: Provides Mental Health targeted case management, for adults, children and their families. Psycho-social Rehabilitation for adults, Behavioral Health Services for adults and children, Anger Management Education, Substance Abuse Classes, Petty Theft Classes and Re-Entry services.


Name: Better Way of Miami, Inc.
Website: www.betterwaymiami.org
Phone: (305) 634-3409
Address: 800 NW 28t Street
Miami, FL 33127
Hours: 24 Hours a Day | 7 Days a Week
Services: Better Way of Miami, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit health care facility, has provided one of the most effective long term treatment programs in the southeast for those seeking a real answer to their drug and alcohol addictions. Better Way is proud to be a vital and integral part of the developing systems of care for the homeless, the addicted, the dually diagnosed and the HIV Positive in Miami-Dade County. Based on the principles of Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous, Better Way provides its clients with the experience, expertise and quality of care essential to success in recovery from addiction.Currently, Better Way is one of the leading programs that addresses substance abuse in conjunction with co-occurring illnesses. By offering a full array of medical services (including psychiatric care) and family group therapy, we treat many aspects that surround and interact with addiction. Better Way also accommodates the needs and issues of persons in the criminal justice system as a consequence of their disease.


Name: Dismas Charities, Inc. – Federal Halfway House
Website: www.dismas.com
Phone: (954) 920-6558
Address: 141 NW First Avenue
Dania, FL 33004
Hours: Monday – Friday | 7:00am to 6:00pm
Services: RESTRICTED REFERRAL: Program offers inmates a chance to become reoriented within society by offering employment counseling, substance abuse rehab, family counseling and other services on an individual need basis. Facility is a federal halfway house with 100 (+) beds.


Name: Florida Community Alliance
Website: www.floridacommunityalliance.org
Phone: (561) 904-6514
Address: 1870 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Hours: Monday – Friday | 10:00am to 7:00pm
Services: Provides comprehensive, wrap-around services to its clients, including individual/family therapy, group therapy, group psyco-educational sessions, case management, and aftercare/rehabilitative services. To further the professional development of clients for their re-integration in the community, FCA offers work skills training opportunities at its main office location, as well as mentored educational trips with law enforcement officials and mental health professionals.


Name: Florida Dept of Juvenile Justice – South Region
Website: www.djj.state.fl.us/programs-facilities/residential-facilities
Phone: (561) 616-1574
Address: 1760 N Congress Avenue Suite 100
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
Hours: 24 Hours a Day | 7 Days a Week
Services: RESTRICTED REFERRAL: 24 hour secure Residential facilities are for youth who are required by a judge to stay in the care of the Department of Juvenile Justice for an extended time. There are facilities located throughout Florida. A youth’s placement depends on the commitment plan, not on the location of the arrest. For help finding your child’s facility, contact his or her JPO. See Website for locations throughout Florida.


Name: Florida Jobs – Institute for Workplace Innovation
Website: www.floridajobs.org
Phone: (305) 292-6762
Address: 3112 Flagler Ave
Key West, FL 33040
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 5:00pm
Services: The Federal Bonding Program is an incentive program that allows employers to hire with limited liability to their business at-risk job applicants. A Federal Fidelity Bond, supplied by Travelers Insurance Co., is a business insurance policy that insures the employer for theft, forgery, larceny or embezzlement by the bonded employee. This center provides assessment of the individual’s skills. It instructs on how to contact
employers and advocate on your behalf to find a job. It also teaches individualized guidance in structuring all aspects of the job search. In addition to job preparation and placement, other services include: Vocational Evaluation and Counseling.


Name: Florida Institutional Legal Services, Inc
Website: www.floridalawhelp.org
Phone: See Website Directory
Services: FloridaLawHelp.org is administered by Florida Legal Services, Inc. and is produced in cooperation with Pro Bono Net and the legal service organizations and government agencies throughout Florida and the United States. * Provides free, quality, aggressive and holistic advocacy to prisoners, jail inmates, incarcerated juveniles, immigrants held in detention and individuals in indefinite civil detention or commitment
* Provides direct legal services to formerly incarcerated individuals re-entering into society to help end cycle of recidivism


Name: Florida Justice Institute
Website: www.floridajusticeinstitute.org
Phone: (305) 358-2081
Address: 3750 Miami Tower 100 S.E. Second Street
Miami, FL 33131-2309
Hours: Times Vary | Please Call
Services: The Florida Justice Institute is a private, not-for-profit, state-wide public interest litigation firm founded by leaders of the private bar in 1978 to (1) improve the administration of justice to all Floridians; (2) encourage better representation of citizens’ interests; and (3) increase the ability of citizens to resolve disputes quickly and inexpensively. For the 36,000 inmates released from prison every year in Florida, a felony conviction results in being stripped of civil rights, which for many represents a lifetime ban on voting and insurmountable financial obstacles. Rather than helping
inmates become productive members of society, these barriers reduce civic participation, make it difficult to earn a living, and ultimately encourage recidivism. The Prisoner Reentry Project was created and led by Dante Trevisani as an Equal Justice Works Fellowship, and included several forms of community outreach and education.


Name: Gulfstream Goodwill Industries – Fort Pierce
Website: www.gulfstreamgoodwill.com
Phone: (772) 461-4513
Address: 815 South Kings Highway
Fort Pierce, FL 34945
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 4:30pm
Services: A community service organization which utilizes revenue generated through the sale of donated goods. The revenue generated helps design and deliver vocational, training, and residential programs serving people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. The goal of our services is to assist those served to become an integral part of the local workforce and lead independent lives.


Name: Gulfstream Goodwill Industries – Stuart
Website: www.gulfstreamgoodwill.com
Phone: (772) 337-0077
Address: 1101 NW 21st Street
Stuart, FL 34994
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 4:30pm
Services: A community service organization which utilizes revenue generated through the sale of donated goods. The revenue generated helps design and deliver vocational, training, and residential programs serving people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. The goal of our services is to assist those served to become an integral part of the local workforce and lead independent lives.


Name: Gulfstream Goodwill Industries – West Palm Beach
Website: www.gulfstreamgoodwill.com
Phone: (561) 848-7200
Address: 1715 Tiffany Drive East
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 4:30pm
Services: A community service organization which utilizes revenue generated through the sale of donated goods. The revenue generated helps design and deliver vocational, training, and residential programs serving people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. The goal of our services is to assist those served to become an integral part of the local workforce and lead independent lives.


Name: Halfway There
Website: www.halfwaythereflorida.com
Phone: (561) 245-2260
Address: 1100 Sw 4th Ave, Delray Beach, FL
Delray Beach, FL 33444
Hours: 24 Hours a Day | 7 Days a Week
Services: Provides a continuing care plan in a sober living community, with highly skilled and caring staff, as well as the safety, structure, knowledge and experience to help gain a firm footing in recovery from drugs and alcohol. Halfway houses consists of apartments available for both men and women in recovery. Halfway There is a unique sober living experience in Delray Beach, Florida. Not only is Halfway There located less than a mile
away from the beach but also it is the only pet-friendly sober living facility, or halfway house, in Delray Beach, Florida.


Name: House of Hope
Website: www.houseofhopeonline.org
Phone: (954) 524-8989
Address: 908 SW 1st Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Hours: Monday – Friday, Sunday | 8:00am to 11:00pm | Sunday | 8:00am to 12:00am
Services: Stepping Stones offers residential treatment for homeless and indigent males with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. They provide a holistic approach utilizing practices in the field of addiction and integrated behavioral health that enhances the recovery process. The core treatment program focuses on a therapeutically safe environment with Group and individual therapy, educational sessions and seminars,
Job skills training, Employment counseling and Family education and groups. Average length of stay is 3-6 months. Limited slots for non-violent offenders are available that are under the supervision of FDOC, released from incarceration within previous 3 months and in need of residential treatment and employment skills training. Non-violent offenders can stay for 6 months.


Name: ICFH – Violence Prevention – Youth Reentry Program
Website: www.icfhinc.org
Phone: (305) 685-0381
Address: 15490 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33169
Hours: Flexible
Services: This is a program for Youth Offenders who are reentering the community after an incarceration. The program is adapted from an existing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention evidence-based program, Functional Family Therapy. The program integrates intensive FFT therapy and intensive case management services for youth offenders and their families in a twenty to twenty-four week program.


Name: Jesus and You Outreach Ministries
Website: www.jayministry.org
Phone: (561) 842-4276
Address: 2831 Avenue S
West Palm Beach, FL 33404
Hours: Monday – Saturday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Christian oriented halfway house. Offers 6, 9 and 12 month programs. Included are daily Bible studies. They also have a placement center which helps the residents find new locations when they have completed their stay. Its founding program – the Men’s Residential Recovery Center – today offers hope and recovery for men with drug and alcohol additions. The residential program welcomes any man who is truly seeking to
change his life, and offers both physical and spiritual renewal through a Christ-centered approach.


Name: Justice Service Center
Website: www.jscpbc.com
Phone: (561) 840-3124
Address: 2051 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, Suite 307
West Palm Beach, FL 33404
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm | Mon – Thurs | 10:00am to 2:00pm Walk-ins
Services: Provides assistance to persons released from the Department of Corrections or federal prison with various reentry social services to ensure a successful transition into the community. Located in Riviera Beach, Florida the Justice Service Center (JSC) has been serving exoffenders returning to Palm Beach County since 2007. From years of experience working with ex-offenders reentering Palm Beach County the JSC has identified a three
tiered approach to the client’s social service needs: Existence, Function, and Retention.


Name: Keystone Halls
Website: www.keystonehalls.org
Phone: (954) 763-2300
Address: 1420 SW 3rd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 4:00pm
Services: Keystone Halls is a safe environment to begin the life-long process of recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that is geared to helping people who are recovering from addiction and alcohol dependency to gain a strong hold in a new life of sobriety. Our transitional housing provides stable living and a supporting group setting that helps those who want to recover. The foundation of
recovery begins when you set the Keystone! Men & Women residential houses serving individuals with alcohol and/or substance abuse. Rooms are semi-private and fully furnished and equipped. Food is provided but residents prepare own meals.


Name: Knowledge Is Power Charitable Foundation
Website: www.knowledgeispowerpbc.org
Phone: (561) 721-6482
Address: 801 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 50
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Hours: Monday – Friday | 11:00am to 8:00pm
Services: Knowledge Is Power Charitable Foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization. Our mission is to provide prevention and intervention programs for children, individuals and families, giving them a choice and a chance to break the cycles of violence, substance abuse, delinquency, delayed education, unemployment, homelessness and poverty.


Name: Lamb of God Ministries
Website: www.logrc.org
Phone: (954) 946-7332
Address: 1012 S. Parrott Avenue
Okeechobee, FL 34974
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Lamb of God Recovery Centers, Inc. is licensed by DCF for Level III and Level IV Residential Substance Abuse Treatment with a 50-bed facility in Pompano Beach, Florida. The philosophy of Lamb of God Recovery Centers, Inc. is based upon the theory that addiction to alcohol and other substances is a three-fold disease: physical, spiritual, and psychological. We believe in the wisdom and utilization practices found in
the 12-step programs of recovery that have proven to be effective for many hundreds of thousands of people and their families. We also realize that healing can be a very difficult and painful process – much the same as recovery from any other illness.


Name: Matthew 25 Ministries
Website: www.matthew25ministries.org
Phone: (561) 924-5556
Address: 120 Pelican Lake Drive
Pahokee, FL 33476
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 4:00pm
Services: Miracle Village at Pelican Lake is a small rental community dedicated to helping exoffenders re-integrate into society. It offers a safe atmosphere and a friendly support structure for new residents while they re-learn the economic and social skills needed to live in today’s society.


Name: MPOWR
Website: www.mpowr.com/ReEntry.aspx
Phone: (815) 316-6390
Address: 303 N. Main St Suite 803
Rockford, IL 61101
Hours: 24 Hours a Day | 7 Days a Week
Services: MPOWR gives those re-entering society a holistic network of support by connecting law enforcement, parole/probation, social services, and communities in a collaborative environment. MPOWR reduces recidivism, and provides the community and criminal justice system dramatic cost savings at the city, county, state, and federal levels.


Name: National Hire Network
Website: www.hirenetwork.org
Phone: (212) 243-1313
Address: 225 Varick Street
New York, NY 10014
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Established by the Legal Action Center in 2001, the National Helping Individuals with criminal records Re-enter through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for information and an advocate for policy change. The National H.I.R.E. Network monitors and provides leadership on key public policy initiatives to promote the employment of people with criminal records.


Name: OIC of Broward, Inc.
Website: www.oicofbrowardcounty.org
Phone: (954) 563-3535
Address: 3407 NW 9th Ave (Powerline Road) Suite 100
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 3:00pm
Services: Provides employable training, mentoring, support services, linkages and job placement to ex-offenders who have committed violent, non-violent and non-sex related offenses and have been released from incarceration within last 180 days.


Name: Our Father’s Project
Website: www.ourfathersproject.org
Phone: (561) 249-1536
Address: P O Box 222086
West Palm Beach, FL 33422
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 8:00pm – by appointment only
Services: Provides on site or in the home, evidence based, age appropriate father/child parenting classes, co-parenting sessions, individual family counseling, fatherly focused support groups. Family team treatment meetings, intake, assessments, dependency family law workshops, reentry and incarcerated Fathers Program.


Name: Positive Images Enterprises, Inc.
Website: www.positiveimagesflorida.com
Phone: (954) 484-1824
Address: 2700 West Oakland Park Blvd Suite #22
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm | Saturday | by appointment only
Services: Positive Images Enterprises, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization assisting men and women in Miami-Dade and Broward County, providing job readiness workshops, professional outfits for job interviews, and assistance for individuals in transition. We work with men, women and youth. We have served over 15,000 men and women since we have been established.

PRE-RELEASE: Provides workshops and groups for incarcerated women and men (Life skills management, HIV prevention, Job readiness, conflict resolution, goal setting, etc.); Adult Mentoring Program
COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY: Dress men and women coming from prison for job interviews; Transitional housing; Aftercare support groups; Adult Mentoring Program


Name: Project REAP Success
Website: www.co.palm-beach.fl.us/opd
Phone: (561) 355-7500 x7603
Address: 421 Third Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 5:00pm
Services: An ex-offender re-entry case management program for county jail sentenced men and women needing transitional assistance.


Name: Regional and State Transitional Offender Reentry
Website: www.cjcrestore.com
Phone: (561) 355-2326
Address: 301 N. Olive Ave. Suite 1001
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Hours:
Services: Reentry is a vital component of Palm Beach County’s criminal justice strategy. Florida offender reentry efforts seek to promote offender success in the community and reduce the recidivism rate of offenders released from prison. Florida has embraced statewide and county-specific initiatives to address this important public safety issue. Restore brings together numerous agencies that are working together to develop and implement best practices for a comprehensive, statewide reentry program that assesses and responds to offender risks and needs.


Name: Riverside House
Website: www.riversidehouse.org
Phone: (305) 545-0926
Address: P.O. Box 12325
Miami, FL 33101
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 4:30pm
Services: Riverside House’s Comprehensive Residential Reentry Program assists men and women in making a successful transition from prison to the community. To accomplish this, we offer personalized programs that emphasize life issues such as employment, life skills, substance abuse counseling, and family reunification.


Name: Stepping Stones
Website: www.houseofhopeonline.org
Phone: (954) 524-8989
Address: 901 N.E. 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Hours: Monday – Friday, Sunday | 8:00am to 11:00pm | Sunday | 8:00am to 12:00am
Services: Stepping Stones offers residential treatment for homeless and indigent females with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. They provide a holistic approach utilizing practices in the field of addiction and integrated behavioral health that enhances the recovery process. The core treatment program focuses on a therapeutically safe environment with Group and individual therapy, educational sessions and seminars,
Job skills training, Employment counseling and Family education and groups. Average length of stay is 3-6 months. Limited slots for non-violent offenders are available that are under the supervision of FDOC, released from incarceration within previous 3 months and in need of residential treatment and employment skills training. Non-violent offenders can stay for 6 months.


Name: Teen Challenge – Women’s Center, Davie Florida
Website: www.davie.teenchallenge.cc
Phone: (954) 476-0809
Address: 13601 South West 26th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33325
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: We provide character education classes, counseling, and job skills training. At Teen Challenge, individuals can break free and stay free! It is our longing to see lives rescued and turned around forever. No smoking or employment. Teen Challenge programs for women provide a faith-based, one-year residential training program for women ages 18 and over with life-controlling problems. While in the Teen Challenge program, each woman will learn how to turn to God and be honest with herself. She will experience inner healing and learn to trust others again. We have designed a program to help break the cycles of failure, substance abuse and addiction by focusing on coping skills, social and relational skills and work ethics.


Name: The Lord’s Place
Website: www.thelordsplace.org
Phone: (561) 494-0125
Address: 2808 N. Australian Ave
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:30am to 4:30pm
Services: Provides permanent supportive and interim housing for homeless, single men. Program focus is on case management, counseling and vocational training to end homelessness. Our Employment Services offer diverse programming (apprenticeships, training, education classes, job coaching services) that assists clients to develop vocational and educational goals, leading to employment and self-sufficiency. This past year, we
helped 336 formerly homeless men and women gain job skills and helped place 139 in jobs with local employers


Name: The Love Center
Website: www.lovecenterfp.org
Phone: (772) 460-2445
Address: 907 N 13th St
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Hours: Monday – Friday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: The Love Center is a 501(C)3 drug and alcohol recovery, homeless and prison aftercare organization for men. Birthed in early 1994 in his own home, Rev. Jerome Rhyant had a vision to restore men, and give them the life skills and tools they need to stay, clean, sober and live productive, abundant lives. 12 Month Program


Name: The National Reentry Resource Center
Website: www.csgjusticecenter.org/nrrc
Phone: (212) 482-2320
Address: Council of State Governments Justice Center 100 Wall St., 20th Floor
New York, NY 10005
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00am to 5:00pm
Services: The National Reentry Resource Center provides education, training, and technical assistance to states, tribes, territories, local governments, service providers, non-profit organizations, and corrections institutions working on prisoner reentry.


Name: Transformed Released Conversion Prison Ministry
Website: 
Phone: (772) 763-5130
Address: P O Box 9657
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34985
Hours: Monday – Sunday | 7:00am to 11:00pm
Services: Provides transitional residential substance abuse housing for homeless, Veterans and men released from jail. We at TRC Prison Ministry offer a Christian Facility for recently released inmates to aid them in establishing a lifestyle that is as much in line with God’s will as it is functional in a real world. Our goal is to provide a one year program that will “take the prison out of the prisoner”. That is, to disciple them in Christian living that does not shame our Lord. This is accomplished through our in residence program, which will help them return to society as members of the
evangelical church of their choice. Gainfully employed, housed and walking with the Lord and shining His light as a city on a hill. From this point on we have passed the baton to the church they hold their own membership in. With the foundation firmly established we entrust them to their Pastors as they take these first new steps into the rest of their lives.


Name: Transition, Inc.
Website: www.transitioninc.org
Phone: (305) 571-2001
Address: 1550 NW 3rd Avenue Bldg. C
Miami, FL 33136
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 5:00pm
Services: Transition, Inc. interviews, counsels, provides employability skills training, personal budgeting, cognitive/behavioral job training and refers clients to employers willing to hire ex-offenders. Also assists employers in receiving tax credits, pre-screens applicants, provides bonding service and conducts follow-up Providing services to convicted criminals is not always a popular effort in modern society, which has been conditioned
to take a punitive approach to high crime rates. But there remains a good argument for the benefits of redemption.


Name: Treatment Alternative Center
Website: www.treatmentalternatives.com
Phone: (877) 877-7272
Address: 7000 North Federal Hwy
Boca Raton, FL 33487
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8:00am to 5:00pm
Services: This faith-based program has been developed to present a structured living environment surrounded by God’s hope, truth, and love. As powerful as addictions can be, they bring men and women to the darkest place of internal struggles and moments of their lives. Our mission is to see men and women restored and reconciled back to their families, to maintain a sober-minded life, and become a productive member in society through the tools of transformation, by applying the Word of God. We offer a variety of methods for helping a client focus on their specific needs.


Name: Twelve Step Fellowship Living Facilities – Men’s Facility
Website: www.fellowshipliving.com
Phone: (954) 972-9495
Address: 451 Banks Rd
Margate, FL 33063
Hours: Sunday – Thursday | 11:00pm Curfew | Friday – Saturday | 1:00am Curfew
Services: The Fellowship Living Facilities Inc. is dedicated to creating environments that support and encourage our residents in their pursuit of recovery through the 12 step programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These programs will assist individuals in their personal inner journey to become committed and self-motivated to live an alcohol and drug free life.


Name: Twelve Step Fellowship Living Facilities – Women’s Facility
Website: www.fellowshipliving.com
Phone: (954) 972-9495
Address: 1180 SW 26th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Hours: Sunday – Thursday | 11:00pm Curfew | Friday – Saturday | 1:00am Curfew
Services: The Fellowship Living Facilities Inc. is dedicated to creating environments that support and encourage our residents in their pursuit of recovery through the 12 step programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These programs will assist individuals in their personal inner journey to become committed and self-motivated to live an alcohol and drug free life.


Name: The Xamire Network – FLORIDA
Website: www.xamire.com/felony-friendly/florida
Phone:
Address: 4031 Locust Street Suite 2
Kansas City, MO 64110
Hours: 24 Hours a Day | 7 Days a Week
Services: Having trouble finding a job as a felon? Unsure of what federal, and state programs there are, to help a felon obtain, and keep employment? Looking for an apartment, or home as a felon, and don’t know who will accept you? We are a business, devoted to felons, wishing to obtain employment, and any other necessary help, and information, to better their lives. You can use our free services, to search for local businesses, that hire felons, find felon federal/state program information, and get support from other members. There are no charges for using any services on the Xamire Network.


Updated: August 3, 2016 — 7:54 pm

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