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The Pinellas County Ex-Offender Coalition(PERC) was established to assist ex-offenders in their efforts to successfully re-enter society and to be a resource for those wishing to help. While primarily supporting Pinellas County, they also provide information on services available through out the state, and some resources across the country.
Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration: Background Screening Application for Exemption
Persons disqualified from employment may be granted an exemption from disqualification. The granting of an exemption does not change an individual’s criminal history. It only provides eligibility for employment in a health care setting.
The mission of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition is to have Florida join the 40 states in the nation that automatically restore the civil rights of all individuals with past felony convictions upon completion of non-monetary terms of their sentences.
Florida Legal Services is a nonprofit organization founded in 1973 to provide civil legal assistance to indigent persons who would not otherwise have the means to obtain a lawyer.
The Miami Workers Center initiates and supports grassroots projects, known as Grassroots Councils, that are led by the people most affected by the social issues of our time: poverty, racism, and gender oppression.
Brevard County Legal Aid provides free legal services to indigent persons in Brevard County, Florida.
Ex-Felon Voting Rights in Florida: Revised Rules of Executive Clemency That Automatically Restore Civil Rights to Level-1 Offenders Is the Right Policy Florida Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
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