Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) are a non-profit non-partisan organization whose goal is to reduce the level of incarceration within the U.S., to thereby abolish its “reliance” within society.
CJCJ provides direct services which cater to both adults and juvenile offenders at various stages of the justice system.
These services include but are not limited to:
- Community Options for Youth (COY): provides mental health support for youth ranging from 12-24 years of age within San Francisco.
- Placement Diversion Re-entry Program (PDRP): providing intensive supervision and clinical services (ISCS) for probation-involved youth.
- Homeless Employment Collaborative (HEC): assists in finding employment for homeless individuals who were formerly incarcerated.