The Dannon Project provides re-entry services to person who have been involved with the juvenile or adult justice system, helps unemployed or underemployed at-risk youth and non-violent returning citizens reentering society.
Dannon Project has been awarded funding from the Department of Labor (DOL) to fund re-entry and risk prevention initiatives.
The Dannon Project is one of the top producing re-entry programs nationwide.
ABE Tutoring & GED Testing
Pathways Out of Poverty (POP)
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP)
Career Pathways & Counseling
Food Services Training
Building Maintenance Training
Office Skills Training
Emergency Management Training
Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A)
Certified Patient Care Technician (P.C.T.)
Certified Medical Assistant
Certified Network Cabling Specialist
National Retail Foundation Federation (NRFF) Customer Service Certification
Alabama Certified Workers Certification (ACW)
Career Readiness Certificate (CRC)
Mission Statement: It was established to help all persons in transition, especially those with addictions on the road to recovery, unemployed, underemployed, at-risk youth and adults, and specifically nonviolent offenders reentering society.