Work Furlough is a minimum security jail facility which provides lower risk offenders the opportunity to work and/or attend school or job training while serving a jail sentence, in lieu of incarceration at the jail. Employed inmates continue to assist their families financially, but pay a daily board fee. Inmates attending school also pay a daily board fee. Work Furlough is located on the Camarillo Airport grounds and offers the following programs: drug and alcohol counseling, AA and NA meetings, literacy, one-on-one tutoring, and church services.
The Work Furlough Jobs Program is generously complemented by community volunteers with unique employment backgrounds and skills. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the program, please call us at (805) 388-4236.
The Work Furlough Job Training Program is a voluntary program designed to assist inmates in developing job readiness skills that will lead to employment and potentially a long term career. Participants must be approved through the Work Furlough screening process. Inmates will participate in job training classes that include: resume writing, vocational and personal assessment, education, money matters, job search skills, interviewing, overcoming barriers to employment, and guest speakers. Participation also includes manual labor such as working on supervised work crews. Vocational experience in a variety of skill areas is also offered through several local agencies. Training may include general construction, landscape, electrical, plumbing, masonry, animal services, warehouse, retail, and forklift.
How To Apply
If you are interested in learning more about the JOBS program at Work Furlough, please contact us at the address and phone below:
Camarillo, California 93010
Hours 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM