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Cameo House Celebrates Families’ Strength on Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day, program participants and staff of CJCJ’s Cameo House gathered for a special celebration to honor the strength of our community and families.

Save Cameo House: Help Protect San Francisco’s Most Vulnerable Women and Their Children!

We urgently need your support to keep Cameo House open so CJCJ can continue serving our community.

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.

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.

Donate to Cameo House Today

Please consider donating, so our Cameo House program can continue its critical services.

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.

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 participants.

California Interrupts the Cycle of Incarceration with Primary Caregiver Pretrial Diversion Act

When a parent is incarcerated, their children are exposed to the trauma of separation and household instability. The Primary Caregiver Pretrial Diversion Act (SB 394) aims to support families impacted by the justice system.

Mother's Day at Cameo House, Quest for Democracy Advocacy Day, and More!

Cameo House celebrates Mother’s Day, CJCJ joins hundreds for annual Quest for Democracy in Sacramento, and San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton and CJCJ Executive Director discuss juvenile hall closure.

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 San Francisco partner organizations.

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 CJCJ’s transition to a new home.

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 Advocacy Day.

CJCJ Transitions to a New Home

This spring, CJCJ is excited to announce our move to a new home in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District!

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.
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.

Not Without Scars: The Story of Shirley LaMarr

San Francisco author Jim Dekker tells Cameo House Director Shirley LaMarr's story of survival after addiction and poverty, and what is possible with investment in people rather than incarceration. 

 

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.

CJCJ's Cameo House Celebrates International Women's Day

This International Women's Day, CJCJ's Cameo House could not imagine "A Day Without a Woman."

The Children’s Waiting Rooms make the holidays brighter for San Francisco kids

This week, Children’s Waiting Rooms staff hosted a holiday gathering for families, children, allies and court staff. Children visiting the waiting rooms were given special gifts from Family Giving Tree.

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

Give Homeless Mothers a Second Chance on #GivingTuesday

Help CJCJ continue an influential, groundbreaking program that provides a safe and healthy living environment for San Franicisco's women and children. 

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.

Overlooked: Women and Jails in an Era of Reform

The Vera Institute of Justice highlights CJCJ's Cameo House, an alternative sentencing program in San Francisco for justice-involved women and their children, in a report on the needs of women impacted by the justice system.

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