California Reentry Program (CRP): The California Reentry Program is a multi-faceted, comprehensive program that aims to tackle different problems an inmate has to face coming back to their community on parole. It provides individually tailored assistance to meet their most vital needs depending on each case and location of parole.
California Reentry Council Network (CRCN): The Council Network works to bring about task forces, organizations, councils and roundtables. Together, the CRCN’s members discuss, address and resolve problems relating to bringing ex-offenders back to their community as well as the necessary assistance provided in the procedure.
CALIFORNIA REENTRY INSTITUTE: It is believed that the Cycle of Incarceration can be broken, as a Pre- and Post- Release Program for inmates at San Quentin State Prison. The men that CRI assists will receive the necessary help in preparing for their back entry into the society as well as how to live their live better as a productive citizen
Reentry Hubs: Reentry Hub makes sure inmates who are within 4 years from Release date and those who meet the requirements are ready for the transition back into the society. Assessments are done individually to properly placed each inmate into their most appropriate programming, established by the designated institutions.
Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP): A project of Community Partner, LARRP includes one Steering Committee and three standing committee: Housing, Behavioral Health and Employment. This works to ensure the adequate quality and capacity in serving the community’s reentry needs as a successor of the successful LASD Reentry Board and the 21st Century Reentry Board.
Project 180 : The Project 180 LA aims to empower diversion and reentry programs in the community and in-custody in L.A, it offers a variety of program including Federal Probation (Intensive Treatment), Federal Probation (Case Management), ACB 109, Co-occurring Disorder Court, Co-occurring Integrated Care Network, Project 180 North, etc.
211 San Diego : 2-1-1’s mission is to provide most suitable information source and trends as well as connecting people and organization with an aim to facilitate proactive community planning.
Northern District of California Reentry Court: The focus of the Program is the combination of Intensive supervision and approach to improved Coaching and Treatment. The Northern District of California Reentry Court facilitate especially inmates with high-risk history of substance abuse and offer a 12-month off their probation or supervised release for inmates who successfully complete the program.
Bay Area | Volunteers of America: The Bay Area’s main mission is to facilitate Men and Youth in their reentry progress, focusing on three main facets including Reentry- starting a better life after incarceration and reducing recidivism, Affordable Senior Housing- providing the right place for independent elderly to age and lastly Foster Youth Service- accompanying the youngsters in transitioning to the Adult world.
Santa Clara County Reentry Services: The Santa Calara County Reentry Services works to facilitate the union and reintegration of incarcerated individuals with their family as well as the Santa Clara local community by providing custodial and noncustodial individuals with referral or wrap-around services.
Community Re-Entry Programs EPIC and AB109: The Program is well aware of how easy it is for ex-offenders to get back at their old path if there is no other choices offer after Release day, thus it works to provide better options constituting a smooth transition into the Local community. Programs like AB109 are readily available with features widely cover from basic needs to mental and behavioral coaching.
California EDD : The California EDD’s Business is your Success. This program is proud of being the Golden State’s Employment Development Department with the mission of connecting employees and employers thus creating a better Economy.
Christian Help Center : Since 1983, the Christian Help Center set its heart on providing Housing, Food and Care to Homeless people with respect, dignity and love. Its passion has grown into fruition as it advance towards a community where each individual has the right to become independent and self-sufficient.
Delancey Street Foundation : The Delancey Street Foundation works with those struggled at the very bottom: Ex-offenders, drug abusers and the like. It has models, successes and failures to tell. As one of the leading organization in Self-help, this program aims to and are helping people “Enter with a History, Leave with a Future”
Fighting Back Partnership : With a view to strengthen the community, starting from educating and assisting individuals and families in their daily life as well as providing necessary information about drug/alcohol abuse as well as related crimes and violence. This fosters a hope for a better, thriving community to come in the near future.
Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry: Its Mission Statement speaks for itself: Overcoming Poverty, Strengthening Families, Building Communities. Metro as a faith-based organization aims to provide assistance to low-income individuals and families, helping them attain their own sufficiency through knowledge, employment as well as access to care and leadership development services when needed.
Partnership for Re-Entry Program (PREP): As a non-profit organization aiming to help inmates transfer back to their community, making our society a stronger, empowered place as well as reducing the tax strains on citizens and reduce overpopulated prison facilities.
Women’s Resource Center (WRC): WRC is a part of the San Francisco Sheriff Department which aims to provide women with a history of criminal justice involvement with necessities and assistance to maintain safety as well as a healthy lifestyle.
Homeboy Hotline: The Homeboy Hotline program believes the first 72 hours after release from Prison industrial complex is a crucial factor in facilitating the inmates with mental preparedness as well as minimizing the probability of recidivism. “72 hours of Hope” is aimed at providing a fresh new start for the brothers and sisters, making them productive members of the society.
SB 618 Program: The San Diego County Prisoner Reentry Program is a multiagency collaboration that does not affect the inmate’s sentence but make use of that progress and complement it with education and treatment of drug and addiction. The eventual goals are self-sufficient individuals and a safer local community.