Life outside prison presents new and different challenges compared to life inside. For people released from prison, finding a job can be a key source of stability and security. Jobs play a vital role in helping people feel connected to their communities. But often, spending time in prison can end a person’s employment, or make it more difficult to find work after being released.
Through our programs, we offer practical training, new skills and meaningful employment pathways to help people get back on their feet.
A new, ground-breaking employment support linking people leaving prisons with jobs 'at the gate'.
A social enterprise coffee kiosk.
A community bike workshop refurbishing and donating bicycles.
A national in-prison employment service for adult, sentenced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in prison.