What We Offer
Jobs Partnership and Celebrate Recovery
Participants in the program receive weekly job leads, mentors, and can receive assistance with employment, housing, transportation, food, and clothing.
Classes are free and open to anyone unemployed, under-employed, or hard to employ. We meet 2 hours once a week and discuss traits that make you the kind of person employers look to hire.
Mondays: 6-8 pm 510 E. Washington
Wednesday: 6-8 pm 510 E. Washington (Celebrate Recovery)
Fridays: 6-8 pm McLean County Jail
804 E Market
Ask us about other locations & times.
- We have 70+ employers that hire our graduates and we’re adding more.
- Must be a Jobs Partnership graduate to attend job fairs.
- Once you take our classes you can attend job fairs as often as you like.
Wednesday 6-8 pm at 510 E Washington, Bloomington
Provides guidance, support, and assistance for making life changes, developing new skills, dealing with stressful issues, and keeping life on track while becoming more self-reliant.
This is a safe, confidential, non-judgmental place to deal with guilt, shame, anger, pain, emotions/issues, and know that you are not alone. Group members are family and friends of those incarcerated, ex-offenders, jobs partnership students, mentors, accountability partners, and support services.
Our curriculum, support groups, and mentors provide life skills including but not limited to:
- Anger Management
- Family and Community
- Giving Back
- Job Preparedness/Work Relations
- Money Management
Those whose lives have been scarred by past experiences, choices, and behaviors, receive mentors and accountability partners.
Mentors are people of integrity and compassion that serve as role models.
Accountability partners are mentors that have experienced scarred pasts, turned their lives around, and want to help others.