AZRSOL provides the information below as a public service. We do not specifically endorse these programs. They are provided for informational purposes only.
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Eagles’ Nest Ministries has put together a list of verified resources and services which they will continually update.
Honest Jobs is an Indeed-like site with a list of jobs for people with criminal records. It has over 400,000 job openings from 1,300+ fair-chance employers. These are all organizations that are open to hiring people with misdemeanor and felony convictions. Also, employers can list their jobs there.
Department of Economic Security helps Arizonans reach their potential through temporary assistance for those in need.
Goodwill Industries provides services free of charge to help you land a job and advance your career.
St. Joseph the Worker connects the Valley’s disadvantaged, homeless, and transitioning individuals to quality jobs.
NARSOL Attorneys list NARSOL has collected a list of attorneys in each state that can be used for sexual crime and registry-related issues. NARSOL does not endorse or recommend any of the attorneys on this list; however, those with the NARSOL symbol have been suggested by NARSOL members and supporters. Some of the other listings may have been submitted by other parties or by attorneys who are promoting their practices. Please conduct your own due diligence in selecting legal representation.
AZRSOL provides a one-time stipend of $150 for registered citizens who have been recently released from custody. This helps with minor expenses like bus fare, clothing, toiletries, a first meal, or buying a pre-paid phone.
BHG Consulting Group provides consultation to attorneys, clients and families regarding sexual offenses, including navigating the pitfalls of probation. She has worked with prosecutors, victim rights groups, judges, therapists, legislators and those convicted of sexual offenses.
AZRSOL is an all-volunteer organization with limited resources. Your generous donation will help fund our our work to support those living on the sexual offense registry and bring evidence-based practices to our criminal-legal system