Reintegration of Ex-Offenders (RExO) Adult Generation 5 Panel Orientation

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On April 12, 2012 (EST)

The Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, announced the availability of approximately $20.6 million to serve adult ex-offenders returning to their communities. The Department expects to award approximately 17 grants of up to $1,212,000 each for 27 months, which includes up to three months for a planning phase and a minimum of 24 months of operation. Any non-profit organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status may apply for these grants to provide pre-release and post-release services to ex-offenders returning to high-poverty, high-crime communities. These services will include job training leading to credentials for in-demand industries, employment preparation, mentoring and assistance connecting to supportive services such as housing, and substance abuse programs and mental health treatment.

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Start Date : 04/12/12 11:00AM ET

End Date : 04/12/12 01:00PM ET

Presenter : Latifa Jeter, Grant Officer, Office of Grants Management, Employment and Training Administration
Brinda Ruggles, Grants Management Specialist, Office of Grants Management, Employment and Training Administration
Gregory Willis, National Liaison, Division of Youth Services, Employment and Training Administration

Modified On : April 17, 2012
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