Bail Reform Community Resources

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Name and website Description Contact
Breaking Free

A survivor-led provider of housing, job/education training, and legal services to victims of sex trafficking and their children.

770 University Ave. W
Saint Paul, MN 55104

651-645-6557
Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (COPE) Emergency mental health intervention services (24 hours/7 days per week) 612-596-1223
Goodwill-Easter Seals

Career training and education, family stability programming, youth/young adult-specific services and disability services.

553 Fairview Ave. N
Saint Paul, MN  55104

651-379-5800

Services and Programs: 
651-379-5603

Honest Jobs

An online job marketplace for justice impacted people with records. Many employees of Honest Jobs Co. have records themselves.

    424-566-7780

    JusticePoint

    Jail screening, release preparation, release supervision, diversion and peer support services.

      612-355-5000

      Minnesota Freedom Fund

      Assistance with bail/bonds and immigration support.

        [email protected]

        [email protected]

        MN Recovery Connection

         

        Peer-to-peer recovery support services.

          612-584-4158

          Ramsey County Correctional Facility

          Provides services for those inside. Houses and provides programming for men and women sentenced up to one year in Ramsey County.

          297 South Century Ave
          Saint Paul, MN 55119

          651-266-1400

          Twin Cities Recovery Project

          A holistic recovery service specializing in culturally relevant support to the Black community in the Twin Cities metro.

            3400 East Lake St, Ste. 100
            Minneapolis, MN 55406
            612-886-2045

            1501 West Broadway Ave, Ste. 2
            Minneapolis, MN 55411
            612-345-7420

            800 Transfer Road, Ste. 31
            Saint Paul, MN 55114
            612-584-4158

            Ujamaa Place

            Provides holistic transformation for young African-American men experiencing inequity. Services include housing, education, employment, wellness and criminal justice-related rights. Information Sessions are held every Wednesday at 10 a.m.

            1821 University Ave, Ste. 187
            Saint Paul, MN 55104

            651-528-8006