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San Francisco Collaborative Court: Solutions for Ending Mass Incarceration

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400 McAllister, San Francisco CA

The San Franciscon Collaborative Courts (SFCC) work with individuals and families in the criminal justice, juvenile delinquency, and child welfare systems who are challenged by substance abuse, mental illness and other social welfare concerns.

“Know Your Rights” brochures for youth

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Easy to read fact sheets to support youth in protecting themselves while interacting with the police.
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For Young Parents: First 5 Family Resource Centers

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Throughout San Francisco County, Family Resource Centers (FRCs) are available to serve you and your family. Regardless of age, income, sexual orientation, gender, or disability, FRCs are open to everyone. Currently, 25 centers are jointly funded by First 5 San Francisco, the Department of Children Youth, and their Families, and the Human Services Agency.

Abode Services: Rapid Re-Housing Program

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Abode Services secures permanent homes for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. They apply the innovative Housing First approach to go beyond the temporary solutions that shelters and transitional housing programs offer.

Mission Economic Development Agency Job Training Programs

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2301 Mission Street #301, San Francisco, CA 94110

Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) has been dedicated to asset building, ultimately improving the economic and social conditions of San Francisco’s Latino community and the Mission District.
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CHALK Offering Free Workshops for Youth!

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271 Austin San Francisco CA, 94109

CHALK will be providing one free workshop every month to young people ages 14-24 starting February 2015.CHALK  aims to provide the young people with life skills and leadership opportunities through peer to peer learning. All training’s will be first come first serve and will be focused on current youth issues. For a flyer with all workshops being offered click here. To register click here.  Source: CHALK, January 27th, 2015