The success of our program requires a team effort with partners that:
· Locate suitable candidates; assist with job readiness, case management and job placement.
· Locate families in need of furniture.
Mayor's Office of Reintegration Services utilizes direct services and partnerships with other agencies to successfully reintegrate the formerly incarcerated back into their communities.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs' Compensated Work Therapy is a vocational rehabilitation program that endeavors to match and support work-ready veterans in competitive jobs.
Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) provides vocational rehabilitation services to help persons with disabilities prepare for, obtain, and maintain employment.
Back on My Feet is a national organization focused on helping homeless people gain independence through the power of running, community support, and essential employment and housing resources.
JEVS Project WOW (World of Work) provides GED test preparation, career pathways training, and job search assistance to Philadelphia youth (ages 18-24) in the building trades and information technology fields.
Episcopal Community Services' mission is to reduce intergen-erational poverty in our community. They aim to achieve individuals' economic independence by providing stable housing, wellness programs, and work force development training.
Impact Services is a community development organization that assists veterans, returning citizens and adjudicated youths enter the workforce.
Multi-Service Center is a comprehensive resource center in the Philadelphia region that provides services, programs, opportunity and advancement to veterans of the U.S. military and their families.
The Center for Art in Wood nurtures and promotes the innovation of art in wood through education, collaborative residencies and exhibitions.
Ready Willing & Able is a transitional housing provider that works with returning citizens - providing them with vocational training, adult education, social support services and job placement.
Baker Industries is a nonprofit social enterprise that employs adults who are on parole or probation, in recovery, were homeless, or have a diagnosed disability.
Philadelphia Furniture Bank is a central warehouse and distribution center that collects used and donated furniture from the public and provides it to individuals and families in crisis.
Habitat for Humanity's ReStore sells the hand-crafted furniture that Furnishing a Future produces. Each piece helps Habitat's hardworking partner families achieve safe, affordable homeownership.
Liberty Resources advocates and promotes independent living for persons with disabilities in the Philadelphia region.