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Where can convicted felons go for assistance with job placement?

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All 50 states have non-profit or local government-sponsored organization that help convicted felons find work. A list of some of these organizations, organized by state, is available through the National HIRE Network, as well as the website FelonOpportunities.com

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Non-profit organizations dedicated to helping felons find work provide a number of different services including help writing resumes and preparing for job interviews, as well as maintaining a network of employers that are open to hiring felons. These organizations are also generally available to help felons with other aspects of reintegrating into the community, such as finding a place to live and obtaining health care.

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