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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc: LifeWorks Employment Program

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440 Potrero Ave. San Francisco, Ca. 94110

Employment education/ work experience program for youth on juvenile probation ages 14-20.

Resources for Formerly/Currently Incarcerated: Guide to Getting Out and Staying Out

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850 bryant hall of justice

A Guide to San Francisco Resources for People Leaving Jails and Prisons

Free Resource: Second Chance Legal Clinic

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1290 Fillmore st.

Legal Clinic provides Know Your Rights Workshops to the community. In these workshops they cover how a person can clean up his/her conviction record, dealing with criminal background checks, navigating through job licensing applications and denials, and understanding how a criminal record affects job and housing  opportunities. Other services provided include: Record Expungent Job licensing applications and denials Criminal background checks Housing and Employment law issues Drivers License Suspensions The legal clinic is in operation the last Tuesday of every month. Call 415-814-7610 to sign up. For more information, Click Here for Flyer. Source: Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights, September 18th,2014Read more

Each One Reach One: A Dream and a Plan for Tomorrow (ADAPT)

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146 South Spruce Ave, San Francisco, CA

Mentoring & GED tutoring to youth incarcerated in San Francisco, San Mateo, & Santa Clara juvenile detention facilities.
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Essie Justice Group

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A new organization based in the Bay Area called Essie Justice Group, is looking for women who have sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, partners, brothers, sisters, and other loved ones behind bars to join a supportive group for women with incarcerated loved ones. If this reminds you of someone you know (or if you are a woman with an incarcerated loved one), please click here to nominate her or yourself to be a part of the creation of Essie’s Place, a group in the San Francisco Bay Area for women with incarcerated loved ones. Source: Essie Justice Group, January 15th, 2015

“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.