The Transitional Employment Program (TEP) at Haley House Bakery Cafe strives to end the cycle of incarceration by supporting people returning to the community. TEP offers a real, paid work experience producing wholesale bakery products. Haley House also partners with other community organizations to offer computer classes, workforce readiness training (which includes interview skills, resume writing, lessons on employment law, etc.), and mindfulness training. TEP is open to men and women of any age transitioning from prison back into the community. TEP trainees must commit to at least 3 months in the program.
Haley House’s administrative office and meal services are located at 23 Dartmouth Street in Boston, MA.