Welcome to our webpage dedicated to offering resources for reentry in Los Angeles.
We understand how daunting the challenges faced by individuals reentering society after incarceration can be and we are committed to providing a comprehensive platform that provides information, connections, resources and support necessary for a successful transition.
More resources are coming soon
The Council for Insight, Compassion & Resilience
The Council for Insight, Compassion & Resilience (formerly the Inmate Council Program) is a three-month intervention in which participating incarcerated individuals are trained to facilitate council sessions for their peers, empowering them to become positive agents of change, on the yard, and in their lives.
Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program
The Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program (CCTRP) allows eligible female individuals with serious and violent crimes, as well as non-serious committed to State prison to serve their sentence in the community at a CCTRP as designated ...
CA Re Entry Program: San Quentin
Tel: (415) 870-7020
Our Mission is to assist people incarcerated in California prisons to a successful reentry by providing education and connect them to resources before release with the goal to reduce recidivism.
DADS BACK! ACADEMY
The Dads Back! Academy provides comprehensive services for up to 6 months including activities centered on Responsible Parenting, Healthy Marriages, Skills Building and an Economic Stability job preparation program for reentering fathers.
Prison Reentry Network: San Francisco
Getting Out & Staying Out: A Guide to San Francisco Resources for People Leaving Jails and Prisons (GOSO) was created by the Reentry Council of the City and County of San Francisco and focuses on improving access to services for individuals returning to San Francisco after incarceration.
The Urban Institute: Transition from Jail to Community Initiative
TJC involves the development, implementation, and evaluation of a model for jail-to-community transition.
Prison Activist: Resource Directory
PARC is a prison abolitionist group committed to exposing and challenging all forms of institutionalized racism, sexism, able-ism, heterosexism, and classism, specifically within the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC).
Innovative Employment Solutions (INVEST) provides opportunities and breakthroughs that eliminate barriers to employment for LA County Adult Probationers.
Center for Employment Opportunities
Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) offers individuals just coming home from prison the ongoing support necessary to build career capital and financial stability.
California Prison Industry Authority - Inmate Employability Program (IEP)
Phone: (916) 358-2677
The California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) developed the Industry Employment Program (IEP) in 2001 to enhance the ability of CALPIA participants to obtain meaningful jobs upon release, thus reducing recidivism and contributing to safer communities.
California National HIRE Network
The Legal Action Center (LAC) uses legal and policy strategies to fight discrimination, build health equity, and restore opportunity for people with arrest and conviction records, substance use disorders, and HIV or AIDS.
Trans Latina Coalation
The TransLatin@ Coalition (TLC) was founded in 2009 by a group of Transgender and Gender nonconforming and Intersex (TGI) immigrant women in Los Angeles, California, as a grassroots response to address the specific needs of TGI Latin@ immigrants who live in the United States.
St. John's Community Health
RISE is St. John’s Community Health’s reentry program and it is here to help anyone who has had contact with the justice system.
The Justice Project
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TGIJP’s Melenie Eleneke Re-Entry Program was launched in 2015 with the purpose of providing equitable employment to formerly incarcerated Black trans women.
Launched in Omaha, Nebraska in 2018, Black & Pink National’s TRANSitions program builds a pathway toward safe housing for people who are system impacted and identify as transgender women, gender nonconforming individuals, and queer people living with HIV/AIDS.