Resources on Federal Bonding, Virginia Civil Rights Restoration, and Public Assistance available to ex-offenders.
- Federal Bonding Program
A link to the U.S. Department of Labor's Federal Bonding Program for "at-risk" and hard-to-place job seekers
- Restoration of Rights
If you have lost the right to vote as a result of a felony conviction in a Virginia court, a U.S. District or a military court, you must have your rights restored in order to qualify for voter registration. The restoration of rights restores the rights to vote, to run for and hold public office, to serve on juries and to serve as a notary public.
For more information or to have your rights restored, please visit: www.restore.virginia.gov
- Assistance Available to Ex-offenders (pdf)
Offered as a service to counselors, family members, and others assisting ex-offenders in their efforts to return to the workforce.
- Money Management for Formerly Incarcerated People
A listing of over 150 resources for re-entry support and money management basics specifically for those coming out of incarceration.
- Emergency Fund Calculator
A calculator to help people know how much money to save for an emergency.
- Second Chance Bank Accounts
A list of banks that are helpful for people unable to open traditional bank accounts.