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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 with a voter education workshop.

California Must Move Beyond Youth Incarceration

Recently, California failed to adopt the Keep Youth Closer to Home Act (SB 284). CJCJ and community partners will continue our work to move beyond costly, dangerous, and non-rehabilitative approaches to juvenile justice.

Keep Youth Close to Home: Governor Newsom Needs to Hear from You!

Take 5 minutes to protect and support California's youth! One quick call to the Governor's office for Senate Bill 284 can make a difference.

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.

CJCJ Co-sponsored Bill Clears Another Legislative Hurdle

The Keep Youth Closer to Home Act (Senate Bill 284), a measure co-sponsored by CJCJ, is one step closer to becoming California state law. Support youth today by helping to pass SB 284.

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.

Keep Youth Closer to Home with a Quick Call Today!

Making a difference made easy! Check out how you can take 5 minutes today or tomorrow to voice your support for Senate Bill 284 as it heads to the CA Assembly Appropriations Committee on June 26th.

CJCJ-sponsored bill success, volunteer impact, and more!

March News: Sponsored bill to support youth locally proceeds in the CA State Legislature, Cameo House families and volunteers connect through a creative project, and CJCJ supports proposed closure of San Francisco's juvenile hall.

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