Direct services

Federal Reentry Project

Providing comprehensive, culturally-appropriate, gender-responsive, individually-tailored case management and reentry services to individuals being released from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons and returning to San Francisco or Alameda County.

The Federal Reentry Project (FRP) is a collaborative partnership between the Presiding Judge, U.S. Probation Service, Federal Public Defender, U.S. Attorney’s Office and CJCJ.

For more information, please contact FRP's Reentry Court Coordinator, Wyatt Lim-Tepper, at 


Clients will be identified by CJCJ's federal partners according to federal eligibility criteria. 

How it Works  

For each client, case management typically begins with a pre-release team meeting. CJCJ’ s Reentry Court Coordinator develops a release plan in collaboration with the federal team, which includes programs to support:

The Reentry Court Coordinator arranges services for clients in the community by making referrals to specific programs and services that correspond with the needs, backgrounds, interests, and potential of the client. The Reentry Court Coordinator will work closely with service providers to ensure that the client is accessing services, and troubleshooting when there are impediments to program participation.

A non-inclusive list of the service providers that will serve as resources are:

Gerald Miller, Director of Community-Based Services
Tel: (415) 621-5661 ext. 100
Fax: (415) 621-5466

Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
424 Guerrero Street, Suite A
San Francisco, CA 94110