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Poor people do not shoulder the burden alone; we all share the cost, whether we acknowledge it or not. Given this impact, what is the face of poverty in California?
A review of the UNICEF Report on Child Well-being shows the U.S. is near the bottom of the list across every dimension: poverty, health and safety, education, behaviors/risk, and housing/environment.
On February 21, 2013, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm San Francisco State University is hosting a panel discussion entitled, Promoting Public Policy Reform from Inside and Outside Government, at SF State’s Downtown Campus, 835 Market Street, Room 609, SF, CA 94103.
"Crossover Youth": The Intersection of Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, November 15, 2012
Kid janitors don't solve poverty Politico, December 7, 2011
Social model recovery programs are focused on building a person's intrinsic motivation to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle through personal growth, social interaction and supportive networks.
A guide to assist county stakeholders in assessing and improving local SACPA implementation and evaluation.
San Francisco's model pretrial release and case management program for homeless misdemeanants.
An analysis of the need for a new women's jail in San Francisco determines there is no justifiable reason to build one.
A study of San Francisco's practice of policing homelessness. Our Officers and Deputies are highly trained individuals, but they can not be expected to protect us from poverty.
San Francisco's fiscal decisions in the 1990's made trade offs between needed social services and jail construction.
Explore how California’s 58 counties send their residents to correctional institutions with interactive maps, charts, and downloadable data.
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