A temp agency that gives ex-inmates a job, and a ride to work
from The New York Times
In early August, Mark Eason was released from the Charleston Correctional Facility in Maine, where he had served eight months for drug trafficking. Given that it wasn’t his first felony incarceration, he knew his employment options would be limited. The last time he had gotten out of prison, in 2005, the only work he was able to find was so low-paying that he couldn’t support himself and his family. So he went back to selling heroin. But his experience this time has been entirely different. Three days after emerging from prison, he was making $11 an hour loading trucks for a window company.
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