Re-entry Information

  • Resource Guide For All California Counties (http://www NULL.cdcr NULL.ca NULL.gov/Community_Partnerships/Resource_Directory NULL.aspx)
  • Getting Out & Staying Out: A Guide to San Francisco Resources for People Leaving Jails and Prisons (2010/2011 Edition, 234 pages) (http://sfreentry NULL.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/1-1stPrinting3rdedition1stRev1011resourceguide-web1 NULL.pdf)
    This publication focuses on resources for individuals reintegrating into San Francisco communities after incarceration.
  • CDCR Realignment Plan (AB 109) (http://www NULL.cdcr NULL.ca NULL.gov/realignment/index NULL.html )
  • Three Judge Court order to Reduce Prison Population
    (http://www NULL.cdcr NULL.ca NULL.gov/News/3_judge_panel_decision NULL.html )

(http://www NULL.cdcr NULL.ca NULL.gov/realignment/index NULL.html )

Resources

General

  • Centerforce
    The Centerforce mission is to support, educate, and advocate for individuals, families and communities impacted by incarceration.
    www.centerforce.org/exoffenders/ (http://www NULL.centerforce NULL.org/exoffenders/)
  • Prison Fellowship
    Resources for inmates, families of the incarcerated and re-entry help.
    www.prisonfellowship.org/pf-resources (http://www NULL.prisonfellowship NULL.org/pf-resources)
  • Transitional Services Resource Guide For California Parolees
    Public Resource Guide for every county in California.
    www.calpia.ca.gov/Inmate_development/IEPResource.asp (http://www NULL.calpia NULL.ca NULL.gov/Inmate_development/IEPResource NULL.asp)

Alameda County

  • Alameda County Re-entry Services

    The Council and the Reentry Network are working with local and national partners to improve the community reentry process such that the needs of both the formerly incarcerated and the communities to which they return are being met.
    www.alamedareentryservices.org/ (http://www NULL.alamedareentryservices NULL.org/)

Orange County

  • Orange County Re-entry Services
    The Orange County Re-Entry Partnership will serve as a critical link between community resource providers and the formerly incarcerated striving to re-establish healthy, productive and rewarding lives.
    www.centerforce.org/exoffenders/ (http://www NULL.centerforce NULL.org/exoffenders/)

Placer County

  • Hope Help Healing
    HH&H works to empower and assist men and women in their desire to change their lives, to become productive citizens, and live according to the laws of God and man.
    www.irecover.org (http://www NULL.irecover NULL.org)
    (530) 885-4249

Sacramento County

San Francisco County

  • San Francisco Reentry Council Resource Guide
    This comprehensive resource guide was created by the Access to Resources Working Group, a collaboration of the Safe Communities Reentry Council and the San Francisco Reentry Council, to help recently released individuals navigate San Francisco’s public benefits, housing, health and employment service programs.
    http://sfreentry.com/resource-guide/ (http://sfreentry NULL.com/resource-guide/)

San Diego County

  • Second Chance

    Second Chance is committed to breaking the cycle of unemployment, poverty, homelessness, substance abuse and incarceration that plague our cities.
    www.secondchanceprogram.org (http://www NULL.secondchanceprogram NULL.org/index NULL.html)

Solano County

  • Mission Solano
    In 1998, recognizing that many people struggling with addiction needed more than “three hots and a cot”, Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission focused its vision to develop long-term residential treatment for homeless addicted men, women and children.
    www.missionsolano.org (http://www NULL.missionsolano NULL.org/index NULL.php)
  • Solano Reentry Council
    Building a bridge of services for ex-offenders.
    http://solanocountyreentryresources.org (http://solanocountyreentryresources NULL.org)

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