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A Boy’s Bright Future, Thanksgiving Dinner, and More!
A mother's collaboration with Cameo House supports her son’s bright future, Help strengthen families and support communities this holiday season, and CJCJ’s Cameo House builds community…
CJCJ trains leaders, educates voters, and more!
Next Generation Fellows learn together in the great outdoors, CJCJ hosts a voting workshop to prepare for Election Day, and Cameo House families enjoy time together at the City Kids Family Fair.
Tell Governor Brown to Stop Criminalizing Children, and More!
Tell Governor Brown to sign SB 439 to end the criminalization of young children, a young man journeys home and flourishes with the support of CJCJ program, and San Francisco youth explore the great…
We've Moved to San Francisco's Mission District & More!
CJCJ’s new home ensures continued services to San Francisco communities, policy team supports youth advocacy at the California State Capitol, and CJCJ wins $1 million for homeless services with…
Cheering on the Giants, Next Generation Fellows, and More!
CJCJ’s team goes out to the ball game to celebrate new shared workspace, the Next Generation Fellows train to transform justice and build community, and CJCJ Director Gerald Miller speaks on a…
Adventures for Youth, Sponsored Bill Success, and More!
CJCJ youth take an exciting trip to California's Great America amusement park, Co-Sponsored bill to protect young children moves forward in the California Legislature, and an opportunity to support…
Youth Success on Probation, New Report, and More!
CJCJ celebrates the success of its Probation Enrichment Program, a n ew report investigates how CA counties spend millions intended for youth, and Cameo House residents learn about their voting…
CJCJ’s Exciting Transition, New Fact Sheet, and More!
Cameo House upgrade project will bring CJCJ programs together, new fact sheet finds local juvenile facilities can absorb state system, and CJCJ youth joins peers at San Francisco’s Youth…
CJCJ Youth Mentee Begins College, Budget Advocacy, and More!
Youth Justice Mentoring participant makes strides in work and school, JCRU models effective aftercare for Santa Clara County, and CJCJ pushes the state budget to better serve California’s youth.
Reentry Community Dinner, New Report, and More!
A new CJCJ fact sheet investigates rising costs at California’s Division of Juvenile Justice, Cameo House comes together at a Community Appreciation Dinner, and the policy team discusses San…
A Mother's Journey, Report on Urban Crime, and More!
Cameo House resident transitions to independent living, new policy fact sheet finds stable urban crime trends amid justice reform, and CJCJ program helps a young man out of confinement and into the…
CJCJ’s 2017 Year in Review
This year, CJCJ provided support to thousands of justice-involved individuals and their families. We would like to share a few stories from a year filled with exciting successes and social change.
Success for Homeless Youth, New Report, and More!
CJCJ helps a young man transition to sustainable housing, a new report addresses disparities in youth prosecution as adults, and Cameo House staff hosts a Thanksgiving dinner.
Promoting Alternatives to Incarceration, New Report, and More!
CJCJ launches an initiative to promote alternatives to incarceration, publishes a new report, and tours a model juvenile hall.
Cameo House Successes, Youth Facilities, and an International Delegation
Cameo House residents build new skills and strengthen family ties; CJCJ advocates for sweeping changes at youth facilities; and Children's Waiting Rooms hosts an international delegation.
CJCJ Youth Mentoring, Collaborative Courts, and More!
CJCJ youth clients explore the great outdoors at Yosemite, Reentry Court Coordinator presents at international conference, and CJCJ cosponsored bill clears legislative hurdles.
CJCJ gives young people adventure, health services & professional opportunities
CJCJ youth get to be kids again during annual Great America trip, emerging leaders train to transform justice in California, and CJCJ's behavioral health programs invest in San Francisco youth.
A new report, a CJCJ client gives back & youth clients celebrate summer!
CJCJ youth clients celebrate summer with indoor go-karting; Refuting fear: immigration, youth, and CA's declining violence; and Cameo House resident completes program and gives back.
Celebrating the No Violence Alliance, new fact sheet, and more!
No Violence Alliance (NoVA) celebrates its 10th anniversary, CJCJ co-sponsored bills clear key Senate policy committees and youth corrections report high recidivism despite surging costs
CJCJ sponsors youth justice reform legislation and more!
CJCJ co-sponsors youth justice reform legislation, youth clients take a deserved break from their demanding lives, and California sees a promising start to county juvenile facility reform.
Pushing Back Against Alt-Facts and Focusing on California
Daniel Macallair testifies before California Assembly committee; CJCJ authors two editorials in national news platforms; Implementing Proposition 57 and sentencing reform in 2017
Prop 47, Empowering Youth Voices & A New California Prison?
Declining drug enforcement after Proposition 47, advocates rally to improve California's juvenile facilities, and Governor Brown's budget proposes to build another prison.
What's next for CJCJ and remembering Jose Aguilar
CJCJ and Northern Calif. Service League remember Jose Aguilar; CJCJ offices expand into San Francisco's Mission neighborhood; and supporting alternatives to mass incarceration
Support Healing After Incarceration on #GivingTuesday
On this global day of giving, we at CJCJ hope you will consider making a donation to support our programs and the people we serve.
Support Safe, Trauma-free Childcare on #GivingTuesday
By participating in Giving Tuesday, your tax-deductible donation will help CJCJ provide safe, no-cost childcare for children whose parents have business in the San Francisco courts.

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