How we help
We provide practical information, leads, encouragement, and advice through phone, mail, and client visits in-office in South Minneapolis. If we cannot directly meet your needs, we will connect you with someone that can.
Program services include:
- Referrals to Project Reboot
- Computers and phones
Offer case-by-case information and referrals to housing opportunities that both meet individual needs and are open to those with a criminal background. Authorized to provide referrals to Bridging for help with furniture and other housing goods.
Utilize multiple online databases to help searching for jobs in fields that are often open to people with felonies. Update several binders of job openings daily as well as provide one-on-one recommendations and assistance. Give assistance in writing resumes.
Offer subsidized bus passes at a reduced price and bus tokens to verifiable interviews and appointments.
Provide referrals to clothing resources both for general use and for job interviews. Also supply limited winter gear and hygiene items.
Offer a free voicemail number for up to 6 months to those without a phone.
Computers and phones
Available for use to aid in job and housing search, setting up appointments, checking in with probation officers, etc. Time limit enforced when others are waiting. Staff assistance provided for help setting up an e-mail account as well as faxing, copying, and printing documents.