In [R. J. Baraldi and D. P. Kouri, Mathematical Programming, (2022), pp. 1-40], we introduced an inexact trust-region algorithm for minimizing the sum of a smooth nonconvex and nonsmooth convex function. The principle expense of this method is in computing a trial iterate that satisfies the so-called fraction of Cauchy decrease condition—a bound that ensures the trial iterate produces sufficient decrease of the subproblem model. In this paper, we expound on various proximal trust-region subproblem solvers that generalize traditional trust-region methods for smooth unconstrained and convex-constrained problems. We introduce a simplified spectral proximal gradient solver, a truncated nonlinear conjugate gradient solver, and a double dogleg method. We compare algorithm performance on examples from data science and PDE-constrained optimization.