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Cameo House Families Receive Permanent Housing, and More!
CJCJ organizes statewide action amid DJJ's catastrophic COVID-19 outbreak, 3 Cameo House families receive permanent housing, and CJCJ's Justice Policy Journal spotlights new research.
CJCJ wishes you a happy New Year!
To begin a new chapter in 2022, please join CJCJ as we reflect on the past year filled with dedicated service and community collaboration!
This #GivingTuesday, Support Family Unity and Healing
Join CJCJ on this national day of giving so we can support San Francisco's most vulnerable families.
CJCJ's Cameo House Thrives, Children's Book Launch, and More!
CJCJ celebrates Cameo House funding successes, and u plifting children's book by CJCJ team member supports families, CJCJ youth program cuts serious recidivism by half.
Celebrating Cameo House Families, New Research, and More!
CJCJ News: CJCJ’s Cameo House gathers to celebrate families, California’s youth deserve justice reinvestment, and new Justice Policy Journal issue offers insights.
Save Cameo House, CJCJ Legislative Success, and More!
CJCJ News: Cameo House is a refuge for families amid the pandemic, CJCJ sponsors a bill to reinvest $100M+ in youth services, and CJCJ monitors conditions in California's Division of Juvenile Justice.
CJCJ Warns of COVID-19 Outbreak at DJJ, and More
CJCJ Report Warns of Second Major COVID-19 Outbreak in DJJ; Expanding our Juvenile Justice Services to Support Youth; Help Strengthen Families Impacted by Incarceration.
High Prop 20 Costs, Re-entry Conference, and More!
CJCJ report finds Prop 20 would fuel racial injustice, CJCJ team member leads community development, and CJCJ directors present at a reentry conference.
CJCJ’s Silvanus Warren Leads Community Development
A dedicated CJCJ staff member, Silvanus "Van" Warren, supports Bay Area residents through his community-rooted organization.
Closing Youth Prisons, Collaborating for Reentry, and More!
CJCJ News: California closes dangerous youth correctional system, CJCJ staff hosts collaborative training series, and new publication finds historic low crime trends.
Ending the Harm of DJJ, Investing in San Francisco Youth, and More!
CJCJ News: Support DJJ closure by calling the Governor's office, San Francisco service providers press for justice reinvestment, and Cameo House family moves to a permanent home.
Protect Youth from COVID-19, Honoring Next Generation Fellows, and more!
CJCJ News: Protecting youth at DJJ from a COVID-19 outbreak, Honoring 2019-20 class of the Next Generation Fellowship, and publishing new research in CJCJ's Justice Policy Journal.
Addressing COVID-19 in Jails, 2020 Ballot Initiative, and More!
CJCJ and partners push california to begin collecting COVID-19 data in jails, Proposition 20 would harm justice reform and come at a high cost to Californians, and y our support keeps our direct…
Standing Up for Racial Justice, Closing Youth Prisons, and More!
CJCJ stands with worldwide protests for racial justice, presses for successful closure of California’s DJJ institutions, and direct services remain open to support families amid COVID-19…
CJCJ’s Cameo House Families Enjoy Spring, New Report, and more!
April News: CJCJ’s Cameo House families enjoy spring festivities, new report on dangers of DJJ youth correctional facilities, and CJCJ calls for transparency of COVID-19 cases.
Helping our Community through the COVID-19 Crisis
During the COVID-19 crisis, California must support youth at DJJ, Cameo House serves families in San Francisco, and advocates press for protections in jails and juvenile facilities.
New CA Budget Fact Sheet, Next Generation Fellows, and more!
February News: CJCJ’s Next Generation Fellowship explores advocacy in Oakland, costs soar for California’s youth correctional system, and award for CJCJ staff supports children with…
CA Crime Declines, CJCJ rings in the New Year, and more!
California crime rates continue to drop amid justice reforms, CJCJ’s team rings in the New Year with a festive gathering, and CJCJ's Justice Policy Journal offers new research.
CJCJ wishes you a happy New Year!
In 2019, CJCJ promoted alternatives to youth incarceration, prepared tomorrow’s justice policy leaders, and provided services for thousands of individuals.
CJCJ Tours DJJ Facilities, Supports Prop 64 Grant Process, and more!
CJCJ tours California’s youth correctional facilities, policy staff serves on Prop 64 investments committee, and more!
CJCJ Executive Director helps plan SF juvenile hall closure, and more!
November News: CJCJ Executive Director sits on task force to close SF juvenile hall, California must move toward local alternatives to youth incarceration, and Cameo House promotes civic engagement…
One step away from Keeping Youth Closer to Home, and more!
Tell Governor Newsom to Keep Youth Closer to Home with Senate Bill 284, a youth’s dreams of becoming a doctor, and CJCJ gathers together for a fun afternoon at a Giants game!
SB 284 passes final vote in the Assembly, health education empowers women, and more!
Senate Bill 284 passes final vote and goes to the Governor’s desk, CJCJ staff and partners organize a Collaborative Courts Summit, and health education workshops empower Cameo House…
Fellowship Opportunity, Budget Success in San Francisco, and more!
This month, the Next Generation Fellowship applications open for justice-involved advocates, San Francisco reinvests funding from probation to community-based services, and CJCJ supports voting…
SB 284 Success, State Audit of $100M+ grant program, and more!
CJCJ’s Cameo House partners with the SF SPCA, Senate Bill 284 passes another legislative hurdle, and the state approves an audit of the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act.

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