I'm sure there is one out there but the rates will be ridiculous. If you are looking to re-build credit, get one with a small limit and put a small amt on it each month (tank of gas, groceries, etc) and pay it off every month so you are getting good dings on your credit report. Look for one that reports to all 3 bureaus so it will raise across the board.
That being said, I'm not a credit card fan. I have one - for emergencies but haven't used it in years. My hubby had a substantial chunk of cc debt when we married, it was a royal pain to get rid of. I grew up in an "If you don't have the cash for it, you don't need it" family and I'm very thankful for that as I've carried that attitude with me into my adult life. Having that has allowed me to at 31, own my farm outright (started making payments to my gpa on the farm at 16) and my only debt is my new car.
Life is like a camera. Focus on what's important, Capture the good times, Develop from the negatives and if things don't work out, Take another shot.