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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.
October News: New reports, a tour of DJJ & a youth client's success
Two new reports focus on the future of youth justice in California, CJCJ staff tour California's northern youth correctional facilities, and we congratulate a youth client who is now a full-time…
CJCJ Director awarded Juvenile Advocate of the Year, plus new Prop 47 report!
Prop 47 and Crime in 2015, CJCJ's Executive Director awarded Juvenile Advocate of the Year, and dedicated CJCJ youth mentors featured in a major news outlet.
August News from CJCJ: Celebrating the life of Juidell Preston
CJCJ remembers change-maker, Juidell Preston, youth clients learn new skills in the High Sierras, and new CJCJ reports address juvenile justice issues in California.
July News from CJCJ
CASI now shows 6-year county trends, CJCJ youth spend a day of fun at California's Great America, and a recent CJCJ report is highlighted in national publication.
National Reentry Week & April News from CJCJ
CJCJ'S Direct service team reflects on National Reentry Wee , San Francisco leadership discusses Prop. 47's impact on crime, & CJCJ advocates for community opportunity at the state Senate.

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