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In partnership with the Department of Streets and Sanitation, the Customized Work Services Program combines elements of a transitional jobs program will with various City of Chicago work services projects.
The community re-entry support program is setup to reduce recidivism among the formerly incarcerated by providing a "navigator" that will refer the ex-offender to agencies that deliver case management, skill assessments, individual goal development, job-training, housing, substance abuse counseling and other support services.
The Transitional Jobs Program for ex-offenders provides temporary publicly subsidized employment that combines work, skill development and supportive services to help participants overcome substantial barriers to employment. The program provides services that rapidly place recently released persons with felony convictions into paid work experience assignments.
The Commission on Human Relations promotes appreciation of Chicago's diversity and works to eliminate prejudice and discrimination. Commissioners, advisory councils, and staff conduct pro-active programs of education, intervention, and constituency building to discourage bigotry and bring people from different groups together.