Jails to Jobs Reentry Program
MOCJ seeks to create a comprehensive citywide network of reentry services that address a variety of social service needs among justice involved individuals, including the need for sustainable employment. This network will start in jail with discharge planning and will continue post-release. Proposals should describe a strategy for connecting individuals to employment opportunities while also addressing other social service needs, which may include: education, housing, counseling, healthcare, and family services. Employment opportunities may include subsidized transitional employment, paid internships and training, educational stipends, and direct placement into unsubsidized employment. For more information please click Learn more about the Jails to Jobs Reentry Program.