Reentry Programs in California
109 groups specialize in helping people with criminal records in California

Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in California

  • 1. A New Way of Life

    More than 70% of the women who come to stay in our sober living homes and participate in our programming are successful in breaking the cycle?staying out of prison, and getting their lives back on track.

    , Los Angeles, 90087

    323-563-3575

  • 2. A.K. Bean Foundation

    A.K. Bean Foundation offers alcohol, drug and tobacco education classes at offices in Fairfield, Vacaville and Vallejo, California. Our state-licensed programs are taught by certified counselors for DUI offenders in an effort to reduce their chances of re-offending. Our vision is to enhance the public safety of our communities by providing high quality education on alcohol, drugs and tobacco through best practices. By making our clients accountable for their actions, we will reduce driving while impaired (DWI), recidivism and related arrests. We support positive changes in lifestyle and protect the public?s health on roadways and highways.

    623 Great Jones Street, Fairfield, 94533

    707-429-8888

  • 3. AADAP

    AADAP exists to change lives and save families adversely impacted by substance abuse. It provides the diverse and multi-ethnic communities of Los Angeles a comprehensive ?whole person? approach in its education, intervention, treatment, outreach, advocacy, and employment programs.

    5318 South Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, 90043

    323-293-6284

  • 4. ARI Community Services

    The Career Center offers training or support services to participants to ensure that any barriers in retaining employment are addresses.

    5750 Sunrise Boulevard, Citrus Heights, 95610

    916-745-4313

  • 5. Access, Inc. (Metro Region)

    Our mission is to address the needs of the most vulnerable and underserved populations in San Diego County by promoting self-sufficiency and economic independence through education and employment opportunities.

    2612 Daniel Avenue, San Diego, 92111

    858-560-0871

  • 6. American Works of California

    America Works places hard-to-serve populations and has jobs for all skill levels.

    1477 E Shaw, Fresno, 93710

    559-412-5788

  • 7. Antelope Valley Partners for Health

    AVPH?s mission is to educate, strengthen and advocate for the community through services and partnerships, achieving optimal health and quality of life for all people in the Antelope Valley.

    45104 10th Street West, Lancaster, 93534

    661-942-4719

  • 8. Arbor Employment and Training

    At Workforce Connection, we prepare the people in our community for careers in various industries that promote self-sufficiency, not just jobs to carry them through to the next paycheck. We do this by providing opportunities that build the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to meet employer needs and be competitive in the workforce of today.

    1900 Mariposa Mall,, Fresno, 93706

    559-499-3760

  • 9. Archdiocese Adult Employment Services - South Los Angeles

    AYE?s delivery system provides comprehensive services for unemployed and underemployed adults, age 18 and over. Our services are operated in partnership with UAW-LETC and Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) and are especially designed for: Veterans, Dislocated workers, Homeless, Formerly incarcerated individuals, Adults without a high school diploma, and Welfare-to-work transitioning.

    1600 W. Imperial Highway, Los Angeles, 90047

    323-241-5016

  • 10. Arriba Juntos

    Arriba Juntos, a community-based organization, serving a diverse population in San Francisco including ex-offenders. They have direct placement for clients who have job skills. Training is available in computer technology, including MS Office Suite, and certified nursing assistance with the ability to obtain California licensing. Arriba Juntos has a subsidized wage/on job training program that is used as an incentive to employers to hire individuals with criminal records.

    1850 Mission St, San Francisco, 94103

    415-487-3240

  • 11. Back on My Feet - Los Angeles

    Back on My Feet recruits members (individuals experiencing homelessness) at homeless and residential facilities around the country and begins with a commitment to run three days a week in the early morning. After 30 days in the program, members with 90% attendance earn the opportunity to move into the second phase of the program called Next Steps, which provides educational support, job training programs, employment partnership referrals and housing resources. Almost 80% of individuals who start the program move into Next Steps.

    811 W 7th Street, Los Angeles, 90017

    215-772-1080

  • 12. Back on My Feet - San Francisco

    Back on My Feet recruits members (individuals experiencing homelessness) at homeless and residential facilities around the country and begins with a commitment to run three days a week in the early morning. After 30 days in the program, members with 90% attendance earn the opportunity to move into the second phase of the program called Next Steps, which provides educational support, job training programs, employment partnership referrals and housing resources. Almost 80% of individuals who start the program move into Next Steps.

    450 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, 94102

    215-772-1080

  • 13. Berkeley Youth Alternatives

    Berkeley Youth Alternatives is a community based organization. Our vision is to provide a secure and nurturing environment for all the children, youth, and families of our community. We desire to promote, to their fullest potential, the freedom to develop individual skills and visions of the world. Our mission is to help children, youth, and their families address issues and problems via Prevention by reaching youth before their problems become crises, and via Intervention through the provision of support services to youth entangled in the juvenile justice system. BYA helps to build capacity within individuals to reach their innate potential.

    1255 Allston Way, Berkeley, 94702

    510-845-9010

  • 14. Bill Wilson Center

    Bill Wilson Center supports and strengthens the community by serving youth and families through counseling, housing, education, and advocacy.

    3490 The Alameda, Santa Clara, 95050

    408-850-6131

  • 15. Boys Town of California

    Our mission is to change the way America cares for children and families, a mission we know is possible because our employees believe in providing the best care to the children, families and patients we serve. We are a national organization that reaches communities across the country. That means we offer opportunities for our employees to live in a variety of locales while working with those in greatest need of compassionate, effective assistance. We provide care for abused, neglected, runaway and delinquent youth of all ages by removing them from dangerous situations, assessing their needs, and beginning to work toward family reunification or other permanent care.

    2223 Wellington, Santa Ana, 92701

    714-795-5800

  • 16. Boys and Girls Club of Brea

    Our mission is to change the way America cares for children and families, a mission we know is possible because our employees believe in providing the best care to the children, families and patients we serve. We are a national organization that reaches communities across the country. That means we offer opportunities for our employees to live in a variety of locales while working with those in greatest need of compassionate, effective assistance. We provide care for abused, neglected, runaway and delinquent youth of all ages by removing them from dangerous situations, assessing their needs, and beginning to work toward family reunification or other permanent care.

    502 S. Sivers Avenue, Brea, 92821

    714-990-0215

  • 17. Boys and Girls Club of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme

    Our mission is to change the way America cares for children and families, a mission we know is possible because our employees believe in providing the best care to the children, families and patients we serve. We are a national organization that reaches communities across the country. That means we offer opportunities for our employees to live in a variety of locales while working with those in greatest need of compassionate, effective assistance. We provide care for abused, neglected, runaway and delinquent youth of all ages by removing them from dangerous situations, assessing their needs, and beginning to work toward family reunification or other permanent care.

    126 East Seventh Street, Oxnard, 93030

    805-483-1118

  • 18. Center Point Inc. SASCA/BASN and Multi-Service Center

    Our Community Services Coordinators provide referrals for housing and employment services gender responsive case management services and referrals to social support services and other organizations that help to sustain recovery efforts.

    1601 Second St., San Rafael, 94901

    415-456-6655

  • 19. Center Point Inc. Adult Residential

    Our Community Services Coordinators provide referrals for housing and employment services gender responsive case management services and referrals to social support services and other organizations that help to sustain recovery efforts.

    603 D St. & 207 1st St., San Rafael, 94901

    415-454-9444

  • 20. Center Point Inc. Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program

    Our Community Services Coordinators provide referrals for housing and employment services gender responsive case management services and referrals to social support services and other organizations that help to sustain recovery efforts.

    11228 Fair Oaks Blvd., Fair Oaks, 95628

    916-962-2800

  • 21. Center for Employment Opportunities - Los Angeles

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in California.

    1320 East 7th St., Los Angeles, 90021

    323-357-6305

  • 22. Center for Employment Opportunities - Oakland

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in California.

    464 7th Street, Oakland, 94607

    510-251-2240

  • 23. Center for Employment Opportunities - San Bernardino

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in California.

    1630 South E Street, San Bernardino, 92408

    909-380-8822

  • 24. Center for Employment Opportunities - San Diego

    The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to providing immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women returning home from prison and detention facilities in California.

    303 A Street, San Diego, 92101

    619-684-4810

  • 25. Center for Employment Opportunities - San Jose

    Our comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success.

    521 Parrott St., San Jose, 95112

    408-684-8731

  • 26. Center for Employment Training - Coachella

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    49-111 Highway 111, Coachella, 92236

    760-398-8889

  • 27. Center for Employment Training - El Centro

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    294 South 3rd Street, El Centro, 92243

    760-337-6565

  • 28. Center for Employment Training - Oxnard

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    761 South C Street, Oxnard, 93030

    805-487-9821

  • 29. Center for Employment Training - Salinas

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    24 Alvin Drive, Salinas, 93906

    831-424-0665

  • 30. Center for Employment Training - San Diego

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    4153 Market Street, San Diego, 92102

    619-527-4895

  • 31. Center for Employment Training - San Jose

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    701 Vine Street, San Jose, 95110

    408-534-5360

  • 32. Center for Employment Training - Santa Maria

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    509 W. Morrison Ave, Santa Maria, 93458

    909-351-3100

  • 33. Center for Employment Training - Soledad

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    930 Los Coches Drive, Soledad, 93960

    831-678-0448

  • 34. Center for Employment Training - Watsonville

    The Center for Employment Training (CET) is one of the country`s largest, most effective educational, and employment training programs, focused on those who need help the most.

    10 Blanca Lane, Watsonville, 95076

    831-728-4551

  • 35. Center for Living & Learning

    The mission of Center for Living and Learning is to improve lives by assisting individuals transitioning from rehabilitation or with barriers to employment, into the workforce so that they may become contributing members of society. The main focus of the Center for Living and Learning is on providing paid vocational apprenticeships to rehabilitated criminals, recovering drug abusers, at-risk youth and other disadvantaged individuals in computer skills, data entry, customer service and administration.

    14549 Archwood Street, Van Nuys, 91405

    818-781-1073

  • 36. Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

    Conviction and incarceration are not barriers to employment and career success! Job-ready persons on probation and parole are served by our staff of job developers and counselors.

    424 Guerrero Street, San Francisco, 94110

    415-621-5661

  • 37. Centro CHA, Inc

    The youth diversion program works to reduce violence by providing recreational programming that promotes the arts, the outdoors, sports, and science for young adults and students between the ages of 16-24. To ensure the success of all enrolled participants, Centro CHA provides transportation assistance and incentives for active participation and attendance.

    1900 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, 90806

    562-570-4722

  • 38. Chrysalis - Los Angeles

    Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.

    522 So. Main Street, Los Angeles, 90013

    213-806-6300

  • 39. Chrysalis - Pacoima

    Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.

    14015 Van Nuys Blvd, Pacoima, 91331

    818-794-4200

  • 40. Chrysalis - Santa Monica

    Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.

    1853 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, 90404

    310-401-9400

  • 41. Coalition for Responsible Community Development - YouthBuild

    Our mission is to better sustain, coordinate and improve local planning, development and community services that address the needs of low-income and working-class residents and small businesses in South Los Angeles. We enroll new students age 16-24 every 5-8 weeks. Our high school program is located on campus at LA Trade Technical College. All incoming students co-enroll at the College, so our students have access to College courses plus the College library, computer lab, and many other resources. At CRCD Academy, we focus on project-based learning and we offer an expedited path to earn an accredited high school diploma with the YouthBuild Charter School of CA. Our students get involved in community service, leadership, and career preparation, and we have a Youth Policy Council

    3101 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, 90007

    213-743-6193

  • 42. Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County

    The mission of ALCANCE is to provide youth and adults with employment services, work skills development and community engagement. We honor and serve those who are under-resourced, at-risk or involved in the justice system. The ALCANCE program offers opportunities for low-income youth and adult to improve their quality of life and to reach their full potential through employment services, leadership development and meaningful community engagement.

    406 Main Street, Watsonville, 95076

    831-724-4771

  • 43. Delancey Street Foundation - Los Angeles

    Delancey Street is a residential self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless individuals. The average resident has been a hard-core drug and alcohol abuser, has been in prison, and is unskilled.

    400 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, 90004

    323-662-4122

  • 44. Delancey Street Foundation - San Francisco

    Delancey Street is a residential self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless individuals. The average resident has been a hard-core drug and alcohol abuser, has been in prison, and is unskilled.

    600 Embarcadero, San Francisco, 94107

    415-512-5104

  • 45. Dismas House of Atlanta

    Project Choice seeks to improve public safety by offering hope, support and accountability to juvenile and young adult offenders re-entering the Oakland community.

    3434 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento, 95821

    916-265-3400

  • 46. Eden Area One-Stop Career Center - Rubicon Programs

    Rubicon Programs provides comprehensive, integrated services that help very low-income, homeless, and formerly incarcerated residents of Alameda and West Contra Costa Counties overcome barriers to financial independence.

    24100 Amador Street, Hayward, 94544

    510-323-1104

  • 47. Escondido Education Compact

    OMPACT is a unique and innovative organization designed to create and implement high quality programs and services for individuals to reach their fullest potential. All of our services are grouped under a program which incorporate one of our five areas of focus: Academic Support, Health & Wellness, Leadership Development, Prevention & Intervention, and Health & Wellness. As with our most recent expansion, there are services in each program that serve youth and adults.

    2247 East Valley Parkway, Escondido, 92027

    760-839-4515

  • 48. Florence-Firestone Employment Resource Center

    AYE provides a comprehensive range of employment services for at-risk youth, including: classroom training, paid internships, mentoring, workforce preparation, support services, job placement, occupational training , career planning, work-based learning

    7807 Compton Ave, Los Angeles, 90001

    323-583-9655

  • 49. Gang Reduction Intervention Team

    The Gang Reduction Intervention Team (G.R.I.T.) mission is to intervene in the lives of ?At-risk? youth and young adults who have demonstrated the most extreme forms of delinquency. GRIT?s mission is achieved by providing job training and placement, mentoring, life skills, and classes that provoke behavior modification, thus empowering our youth to make better decisions. Part of our mission is to increase stability in our neighborhoods and to become a catalyst that fosters safer communities.

    649 East Foothill Blvd, Rialto, 92376

    909-793-7745

  • 50. Glendale Youth Alliance

    We strive to make a difference in the community by providing job training programs to youth with disabilities, parenting youth, youth who are on probation and foster youth.

    1255 South Central Avenue, Glendale, 91204

    818-548-3316

  • 51. Goodwill Industries

    Our first priority is helping people in need find JOBS. As one of the world?s leading non-profit brands, we partner with companies, educators, community organizations and government agencies to help us match qualified talent with employers looking to hire. Our social enterprise prepares and places those with the greatest barriers to employment including veterans, homeless, individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, the formerly incarcerated, and many more.

    342 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, 90031

    323-539-2184

  • 52. Goodwill Industries Southern California - Victorville Youth Program

    Goodwill Southern California Youth Centers provide at-risk youth with leadership training, work-based mentoring, internships and paid work experience, as well as basic education, educational competency classes, tutoring and recreational activities. Our programs help guide youth on their way to becoming self-sufficient and productive community members by helping them earn a high school diploma or equivalent, transitioning them into higher education and placing them in employment.

    16934 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, 92395

    760-780-4970

  • 53. Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin - Re-Entry Navigator

    Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties provides education and career services to ex-offenders and people with disadvantages that are discriminated against in the workforce.

    99 Kissling Street, San Francisco, 94103

    415-575-4570

  • 54. Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties

    Goodwill equips low-income individuals and those with barriers with the skills required to succeed in the 21st century job market. We also hire our trainees to gain transferable skills and valuable on-the-job experience in our stores and warehouses. And for those motivated job seekers who want to pursue a sustainable career track, we help place them in jobs at top Bay Area companies.

    1500 Mission Street, San Francisco, 94103

    415-575-4550

  • 55. Goodwill Industries of Southern California

    Through a network of partners, Goodwill Southern California Employment Centers bring job seekers and employers together in one place.

    342 N. San Fernando Rd., Los Angeles, 90031

    323-539-2000

  • 56. Goodwill Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County

    Goodwill SOLAC partners with the community, transforming donated goods into job training, education and placement services for individuals with barriers to employment.

    800 West Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, 90806

    562-435-3411

  • 57. HUB Cities

    2677 Zoe Avenue, Huntington Park, 90255

    323-586-4716

  • 58. Hayward Adult School

    The Hayward Center for Education and Careers is committed to establishing an effective and functional adult school that will provide a variety of opportunities in adult education and career readiness programs that will empower the youth and adults of the community. As we continue to strive and ensure that each student and family in our community is educated and challenged, we promote a culturally responsive approach to developing the skills of our youth and adults. The on-going challenge is to help students expand their horizons by giving them opportunities to be successful in the 21st century in a community-centered environment. The Hayward Adult School has taken on this task to help with the social, emotional, academic and career oriented development of our students. With that in mind, the evolution of integrating services and programs in our adult school to support our students and families has become a priority. The global high demand in the work force has become evident as more businesses seek educated and competitive employees.

    22100 Princeton Street, Hayward, 94541

    510-293-8595

  • 59. Homeboy Industries

    All people coming to Homeboy Industries are met by dedicated staff who work intensely with clients to address their multi-level needs. We have two staff members who focus primarily on supporting people who are recently released and are trying to re-enter mainstream society.

    130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles, 90012

    323-526-1254

  • 60. Housing Authority of the County of Kern

    The Housing Authority is an independent, local government agency providing safe, affordable housing to thousands of Kern County residents through special programs serving families, individuals, senior citizens, Veterans, the disabled, homeless persons, farm workers and emancipated foster youth. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for low-income residents of Kern County by providing safe, affordable housing and assisting residents towards self-sufficiency and home ownership. In addition to meeting the housing needs of nearly 20,000 low income Kern County residents, the Housing Authority partners with other local agencies to help residents become self-sufficient. The Authority is an active developer of affordable housing, acquiring and building housing to help meet the affordable housing needs in Kern County.

    1102 South Robinson Avenue, Bakersfield, 93307

    661-335-0528

  • 61. Imperial Valley Regional Occupation Program

    As the leader in Career Technical Education, Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program understands that healthy and supported individuals and families are better prepared to succeed in all facets of life. IVROP is proud to serve individuals and families through education, support, guidance and skill development services. These services promote self-sufficiency, economic stability, and family stabilization. We invite you to explore the many Projects at IVROP that are here to serve you.

    687 State Street, El Centro, 92243

    760-482-4800

  • 62. Independent Living Skills Program

    Our mission is to provide every eligible youth in care with independent living skills training to assist in the transition of our youth for a successful and independent lifestyle. ILP services are currently delivered to youth ages 14-21 by Beyond Emancipation and partnered with Alameda County Social Services.

    675 Hegenberger Road, Oakland, 94605

    510-667-7696

  • 63. La Familia Counseling Center, Inc.

    Project Reach- Is a program for Youth in Sacramento County ages 10-21 who are at risk of dropping out of school, or are pre-gang and/or gang affiliated. Project Reach provides positive alternatives, internships, counseling and support services. Please contact for requirements.

    5523 34th Street, Sacramento, 95820

    916-452-3601

  • 64. Larkin Street Youth Services

    Larkin Street provides a robust continuum of wraparound care to help young people get off the streets for good, including outreach/engagement services, health/wellness, housing, education and employment. All of our services are tailored to meet young people where they?re at, making our programs easy to get into and hard to fall out of, with the ultimate goal of helping young people develop the knowledge and skills needed for independent adulthood.

    1154 Sutter Street, San Francisco, 94109

    415-673-0911

  • 65. Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade - South Los Angeles

    Our mission is to remove and/or help individuals overcome the barriers that deter their pursuit of success in life and facilitate opportunities for a better quality of life by effectuating improved health & wellness, facilitating academic success, promoting personal, social & economic growth, providing access to artistic excellence & cultural awareness, increasing financial literacy and building community agencies & institutions.

    5414 South Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, 90043

    818-771-0184

  • 66. Mental Health Systems

    MHS services address behavioral health issues through a broad range of prevention, early intervention, integrated treatment, diversion and vocational programs that are culturally appropriate and strengths-based. Our outpatient, residential and home-based programs serve: children, adolescents and transition-age youth; adults and older adults; homeless; veterans and military families; adult offenders under federal, state and county jurisdictions.

    300 H Street, Needles, 92363

    760-326-4590

  • 67. Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry

    Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry provides employment-focused services for youth ages 14 - 21 that include job readiness, job placement, unpaid work experience, on-the-job training and community service; Metro staff also strive to assist participants in finding appropriate occupational skill training.

    6154 Mission Gorge Road, San Diego, 92116

    619-285-5556

  • 68. Mother Lode Job Training

    Our mission is to provide employers with the skilled workers they need to compete, and assist workers in achieving a family sustaining wage. ? By assisting local businesses in the recruitment and development of a skilled workforce and by making services available to the business to promote stability and growth, we provide benefit for the business, workers, and our local communities.

    19890 Cedar Road North, Sonora, 95370

    209-533-3396

  • 69. NOVA Youth Employment

    The NOVAworks Young Adult Program provides expanded services through the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Services may include: Work experience Tutoring Career exploration Job shadowing College transition

    505 W. Olive Ave, Sunnyvale, 94086

    408-730-7640

  • 70. Napa Police Diversion Program

    It is the goal of the Napa Community Youth Diversion Program to work in partnership with the community by assisting youth who are exhibiting at-risk behaviors, which if not addressed, may lead to criminal behavior. We focus on delivering quality programs which in turn inspire youth to make positive changes in their lives while taking responsibility for their actions. The program consists of 3 components; consequences, behavior modification, and positive activities and lifestyle choices. These components are managed by way of contract between juvenile, the parent, and the Napa Police Department. Each juvenile accepted into the program is assigned appropriate consequences for the behavior for which they were referred. In every case, an attempt is made to have the juvenile offender see a direct relationship between the behavior and the consequence. Consequences include but are not limited to, cleaning graffiti, picking up litter, washing vehicles, cleaning storefronts, washing windows, writing essays, community projects or paying restitution. All juveniles referred into the program participate in a 1 day seminar, which includes physical activity, team building exercises, and group discussions. A focus is placed on at risk factors that may have contributed to the manner in which the juvenile ?acted out.? A Diversion Specialist develops a treatment plan aimed at modifying the presented behaviors. A continuum of services provided through the Napa Police Department, ALDEA Inc., and a variety of public and non-profit agencies, is made available to each program participant. Example of services include: theft awareness workshops, alcohol and drug prevention services, conflict resolution skills development, gang diversion programs, self-esteem and goal setting curriculum's, anger management classes, and a variety of individual and family therapy services.

    1539 First Street, Napa, 94559

    707-257-9267

  • 71. Napa Valley Adult School

    We serve our community by educating and supporting adult learners to advance in their education and careers.

    1600 Lincoln Avenue, Napa, 94558

    707-253-3594

  • 72. PVJOBS - YouthBuild

    PVJOBS works to place at-risk and disadvantaged youth, adults and veterans in career-track employment in the construction and other industries. We advocate and serve as a national model for job programs which assist this target population.

    4112 South Main Street, Los Angeles, 90037

    323-432-3955

  • 73. PVJOBS Hatch young adult Program

    The Hatch Young Adults Program, following a similar design of the original Hatch Program, seeks to provide valuable supportive services to individuals between the ages of 18-24 who live in our pre-determined service area and have been involved with the juvenile or adult justice system. Our goal is to increase labor market prospects through job training, career development, case management and supportive services.

    4112 South Main Street, Los Angeles, 90037

    323-432-3995

  • 74. PathPoint - Bakersfield

    Welcome to PathPoint! Established in 1964, PathPoint (originally known as Work Training Programs, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting people in living the life they choose. We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    4701 Stockdale Highway, Bakersfield, 93309

    661-617-6170

  • 75. PathPoint - Chatsworth

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    9410 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Chatsworth, 91311

    818-773-9570

  • 76. PathPoint - Grover Beach

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    775 W Grand Ave., Grover Beach, 93433

    805-473-9582

  • 77. PathPoint - San Luis Obispo

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    11491 Los Osos Valley Road, San Luis Obispo, 93405

    805-782-8890

  • 78. PathPoint - Santa Barbara

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    902 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara, 93101

    805-961-9200

  • 79. PathPoint - Santa Maria

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    2450 Professional Parkway, Santa Maria, 93455

    805-934-3537

  • 80. PathPoint - Simi Valley

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    1463 East Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, 93065

    805-520-8744

  • 81. PathPoint - Thousand Oaks

    We partner with people with disabilities, people with mental health diagnoses, and young adults to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships.

    501 Marin Street, Thousand Oaks, 91360

    805-413-0790

  • 82. Project 180

    Young Adults Program ? In partnership with Homeboy Industries and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Project 180 provides internship opportunities for Homeboy staff who would like to increase their exposure to and experience in the field of social service. At Project 180, Homeboy interns have the opportunity to work with co-occurring, justice-involved clients as client advocates.

    470 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, 90013

    213-620-5712

  • 83. Project imPACT

    Project imPACT is an employment-centered program created to assist its participants with eliminating barriers to employment.

    261 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, 91101

    626-795-7607 ext. 103

  • 84. Rubicon Program - Concord

    Rubicon Programs provides comprehensive, integrated services that help very low-income, homeless, and formerly incarcerated residents of Alameda and West Contra Costa Counties overcome barriers to financial independence.

    4071 Port Chicago Highway, Concord, 94520

    925-671-4500

  • 85. Rubicon Programs - Antioch

    Rubicon Programs provides comprehensive, integrated services that help very low-income, homeless, and formerly incarcerated residents of Alameda and West Contra Costa Counties.

    418 West 4th Street, Antioch, 94509

    925-399-8990

  • 86. Rubicon Programs - Berkeley

    Rubicon Programs provides comprehensive, integrated services that help very low-income, homeless, and formerly incarcerated residents of Alameda and West Contra Costa Counties.

    1918 Bonita Ave., Berkeley, 94704

    510-549-8820

  • 87. Rubicon Programs - Reentry Success Center

    Rubicon Programs provides comprehensive, integrated services that help very low-income, homeless, and formerly incarcerated residents of Alameda and West Contra Costa Counties.

    912 Macdonald Avenue, Richmond, 94801

    510-679-2122

  • 88. Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps

    The Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps (SRCC) is one of Sacramento?s largest education and workforce training program for young adults 18 ? 25 years of age. Established by the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, the SRCC improves communities in the Sacramento region by engaging young adults from high risk environments in a values-based approach to defining success. We provide opportunity for young people to realize their potential in their educational career and life through community building, technical skills and job training. We create highly qualified employees that contribute to the community and a sustainable future. The Corps currently serves Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado, Placer and eastern Solano Counties.

    6101 27th Street, Sacramento, 95822

    916-386-8394

  • 89. Salvation Army STEPS

    The STEPS Program in San Diego helps men receintly released from prison find jobs, save money and return to independent living.

    825 7th Ave., San Diego, 92101

    619-699-2221

  • 90. San Diego County Office of Education, Juvenile Court and Community Schools

    ??????????????????????????????????????????????????SDCOE's Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS) provide a fully accredited educational program for school-age youth who are either wards of the court or have been referred by social services, probation, or one of the 42 school districts in San Diego County. Services are provided to students who are incarcerated, pregnant or parenting, in foster care, expelled, chronically truant, in drug treatment centers and group homes for neglected or abused children, and experiencing homelessness.

    210 West Ash Street, San Diego, 92101

    619-233-2814

  • 91. San Diego Second Chance - Youth Program

    Second Chance youth programs are focused on helping young people overcome neglect, abuse, criminal backgrounds, addiction and poverty. Personalized programs exist for prevention, support during incarceration and reentry assistance after release.

    6145 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, 92114

    619-234-8888

  • 92. San Diego Second Chance Job Readiness Training

    Second Chance helps men and women successfully reenter the workforce and community. Specialized services, training and resources are available to help each person identify their personal goals and the steps to achieving them. This includes maintaining sobriety, securing employment, reunifying with family, pursuing education, among others.

    6145 Imperial Avenue, San Diego, 92114

    619-234-8888

  • 93. Scotlan Youth and Family Center

    Oakland Youth First uses innovative, evidence-based client-centered services to teach participants life, job and conflict-management skills to reduce recidivism and encourage learning. Located in West Oakland, Scotlan Youth and Family Center is a California nonprofit serving East Bay families since 1966. Oakland Youth First is the banner under which SYFC operates its career-exploration classes, extensive wrap-around teen-and-family support services, and academic assistance programs.

    1651 Adeline Street, Oakland, 94607

    510-832-4544

  • 94. South Bay Community Services

    SBCS offers a full spectrum of services designed to provide youth the resources and skills they need to reach their full potential and give their best to themselves and their community. We work to keep young people in school; reduce criminal activity and violence; address substance abuse and mental health issues, assist in their academic achievement; and provide social skill classes.

    1124 Bay Blvd, Chula Vista, 91911

    619-420-3620

  • 95. South Bay One-Stop Business and Career Centers-Inglewood

    Eligible individuals receive in-depth assessment and job preparation workshops, which prepare them for classroom or the employers site, at public or private vocational schools, colleges or universities. Services for eligible youth, 14 - 24 years of age, include pre-employment training, work experience and internships, career preparation, occupational skills training, academic enrichment and job placement assistance.

    110 South La Brea Avenue, Inglewood, 90301

    310-680-3700

  • 96. South Valley Youth Program

    Our social enterprise prepares and places those with the greatest barriers to employment including veterans, homeless, individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, the formerly incarcerated, and many more. We offer career Counseling, Skills Training, and Placement Services to job seekers.

    14565 Lanark St, Panorama City, 91402

    818-782-2520

  • 97. Stanislaus Literacy Center

    Mission: Empowering adults through educational services and improving self-reliance for the family.

    1032 11th Street, Modesto, 95354

    209-548-9266

  • 98. Success Centers - New Directions Employment Program

    Success Centers offers training in the skills that lead to meaningful employment for young people ages 16 to 24. At every step, we meet the various needs of our participants. Participants often engage in New Directions programs while also completing their education at Success Centers.

    2577 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, 94602

    510-482-1738

  • 99. The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship

    Circuit Rider provides a number of mentoring and social service learning activities for at-risk youth as well as social services for adults and seniors.

    9619 Old Redwood Highway., Windsor, 95492

    707-838-6641

  • 100. The Children's Collective Inc.

    Our missions is to improve life outcomes for children, youth and their families in South Los Angeles by providing high quality, comprehensive, educational and support services.

    8021 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, 90044

    323-733-4388

  • 101. The Garden Project

    The Garden Project was founded with a mission unlike any organization in the country: to provide job training and support to former offenders through counseling and assistance in continuing education, while also impacting the communities from which they come.

    , San Francisco, 94124

    650-588-8253

  • 102. Turning Point of the Central Coast

    As we continue to develop new services for people in need, we are dedicated to benefiting the communities we serve and to reducing social problems through providing each client the opportunity to establish a healthy and productive life.

    115 East San Luis Street, Salinas, 93901

    831-256-7110

  • 103. Unity Care Group Inc.

    Unity Care?s mission is to provide quality youth and family programs for the purpose of creating healthier communities through lifelong partnerships. Our goals are to provide safe, secure, and positive living environments; educate and support underserved youth; and prepare young people to pursue professions in which minorities are chronically underrepresented.

    684 Harrison Road, Salinas, 93907

    831-443-5225

  • 104. Volunteers of America Bay Area Community Re-Entry

    Project Choice provides newly released offenders with job skills, educational resources, housing assistance, and a variety of tools to aid in their reintegration into the community. By helping our clients find adequate employment and housing, together we are transforming our community into a safer, healthier place. All Bay Area Re-Entry clients must be referred by probation officers, or the Department of Corrections.

    3434 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento, 95821

    916-265-3975

  • 105. Volunteers of America of Greater Los Angeles

    Rehabilitation of ex-offenders through supervised residential programs that include vocational counseling and referrals.

    3600 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90010

    213-389-1500

  • 106. Watts Labor Community Action Center, South Los Angeles

    The Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC) is a non-profit, community-based, human social services organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for South Central Los Angeles residents.

    10950 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles, 90059

    323-563-5639

  • 107. Young Community Developers

    YCD is committed to establishing career pathways within various industries. To this end, we offer several job readiness training (JRT) programs and employment support services and opportunities to adults of all ages seeking to enter the workforce. Our case managers work closely with our customers to support their employment search and selection of job opportunities. On a case by case basis, we also provide our customers with assistance to remove barriers that may prevent gainful employment.

    1715 Yosemite Avenue, San Francisco, 94124

    415-822-3491

  • 108. Youth Employment Partnership

    2300 International Blvd., Oakland, 94601

    510-533-3447

  • 109. Youth Opportunity Movement Boyle Heights - East Los Angeles

    The Boyle Heights Technology YouthSource Center promotes youth achievement by working with families and community partners to create opportunities that help youth reach their education, employment, and personal development goals.

    1600 East 4th Street, Los Angeles, 90033

    323-526-0143

Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021