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Sep 16, 2022   |  By Daily Republic

Agency offers free health clinic to formerly incarcerated residents

Free health screenings are part of a community health fair for residents who were formerly incarcerated.

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Sep 16, 2022   |  By Times Herald

Solano hosting community health fair next week

The fair, which will be hosted by the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) will provide access to free health screenings, wellness information and food to CEO participants and other formerly incarcerated individuals in the local community.

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Mar 31, 2022   |  By News and Review

Solano County Center for Employment changes lives daily by breaking the cycle of incarceration

As director of the Solano County Center for Employment Opportunities, Dr. Marcus Mills and his team have seen firsthand the impact immediate and effective employment services can have on individuals with justice backgrounds.

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Mar 30, 2022   |  By News and Review

A blessing in disguise: The Workforce Development Board of Solano County and its partner gave a Vallejo woman a new life after jail

When Mariah Nance, 31, of Vallejo was arrested and released on bail in 2017, the once storage rental company manager found herself jobless.

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Mar 30, 2022   |  By News and Review

From incarceration to career: A workforce development partner gives a Vacaville woman a pathway to full employment

After five years of incarceration, Erica Kucinskas walked out of prison in January 2021. She had her freedom, but no job.

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Feb 24, 2022   |  By The Guardian

California gives people leaving prison just $200 to start over. After 50 years, that could change

A California lawmaker wants to increase the allowance that people released from prison receive to cover basic needs for the first time in nearly 50 years.

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Jul 07, 2021   |  By

Opinion: Addressing biases and barriers can help solve worker shortage

Employers across California are asking, “Where can we find workers?” The truth is that many hundreds of thousands of Californians are locked out of opportunity. And it doesn’t have to be that way. Many of our state’s most pressing economic challenges are the consequence of inaction. In this case, more ...

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