CJCJ serves Bay Area populations with specialized needs, including formerly incarcerated people with mental illness, homelessness, violent criminal histories and drug addiction, and youth facing or transitioning from the juvenile justice system. CJCJ’s approach to criminal and juvenile justice interventions is sensitive to the needs of men, women and youth of the Bay Area’s diverse cultural communities.
CJCJ’s direct service headquarters are located at 40 Boardman Place, San Francisco, CA 94103. The administrative office hours are Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. However, many of CJCJ’s direct services operate off-site, in our seven satellite facilities and offices or in the community.
Juvenile Justice Services
Detention Diversion Advocacy Program (DDAP)
Intensive case management and a comprehensive range of community services targeting the highest risk youth in the juvenile justice system.
Juvenile Collaborative Reentry Team (JCRT)
Providing comprehensive case planning and aftercare services for high needs youth returning from out-of-home placement.
Community Options for Youth (COY)
Providing mental health support to youth and families involved in the San Francisco juvenile justice system for high-risk youth ages 12-24.
A continuum of social services provided to the most at-risk youth in the justice system.
Placement Diversion Reentry Program (PDRP)
Providing intensive supervision and clinical services (ISCS) for probation-involved youth.
Legal Education Advocacy Program (LEAP)
Empowering youth with school discipline issues to transition out of the juvenile justice system through educational advocacy and case management.
Probation Enrichment Program (PEP)
Educating youth and parents of probation expectations and creating meaningful community service experiences for youth.
Youth Justice Mentoring Program (YJM)
Stabilizing youth in crisis by providing positive relationships with adult mentors who promote personal growth and development.
Criminal Justice Services
No Violence Alliance (NoVA)
Providing reentry services and intensive case management to offenders released from San Francisco jails.
Transitional housing for formerly incarcerated mothers with children.
Criminal Justice Services Directors Gerald Miller and Abu Qadir Al-Amin
Homeless Employment Collaborative (HEC)
Finding employment for homeless individuals, including veterans and those who are formerly incarcerated.
San Francisco Training Partnership (SFTP)
Helping homeless, formerly incarcerated individuals find and maintain gainful employment.
Community Assessment and Services Center (CASC)
A one-stop community corrections reentry center for formerly incarcerated adults returning to San Francisco County.
Services for Children with Court-involved Parents
Children’s Waiting Rooms
Providing a safe and positive environment for children whose parents have business before the courts.
Based upon the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) standards adopted by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH), CJCJ aims to provide all of our direct services in a way that is responsive to the cultural and linguistic diversity of the Bay Area.
Learn more about CJCJ’s Adult Direct Services. For further details on the sequence of events under the juvenile justice system, view the Juvenile Justice Flowchart. Download a complete listing of current CJCJ services.