San Francisco, CA Re-entry Programs

Residential, governmental, non profit programs

We list out the following types of re-entry programs

A. General Re-Entry Programs provided by:
  - Non Profit Organizations.
  - Government organizations: local, state, federal.
  - For Profit Organizations.

B. Residential Re-Entry Programs
  - There are a few types of residential reEntry Programs out there. They include Transitional Living, Halfway Houses. There are also gender specific residential programs. We list full details on our locations.

Latest Listings In San Francisco, CA

San Francisco State University / Cesar Chavez Student Center - Reentry Program

1650 Holloway Avenue, M-102
San Francisco, CA - 94132
(415) 405-0954
Project Rebound. A program assisting formerly incarcerated individuals wanting to enter San Francisco State University. Program offers admissions fo

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Taylor Street Center

111 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 346-9769
Programs and services currently offered at the Taylor Street Center include, life skills, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, HIV/A

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San Francisco Goodwill

1500 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 575-2240
The Reentry program service with: - Supportive services - Intensive case management - Job readiness training - Job placement assistance in San Fra

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in San Francisco, we have added area listings below.

California Reentry Program

P.O. Box 483
San Quentin, CA - 94964
(415) 870-7020
Location: 13 miles from San Francisco
Our program currently ONLY operates in person at San Quentin State Prison on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Friday afternoons. If you know someone at San Quentin who could benefit from our services, please tell him to send a note to the California Reentry Program, c/o Community Partnerships at .. click for more details..

The Life After Exoneration Program - Reentry Program

760 Wildcat Canyon
Berkeley, CA - 94708
(510) 292-6010
Location: 14 miles from San Francisco
National organization dedicated to helping survivors of wrongful conviction re-enter society and rebuild their lives. Supporting policy reform on behalf of the exonerated, helping with resources: - employment - housing - financial resources - support systems - access to medical, psychological a.. click for more details..

East Oakland Community Project

7515 International Blvd.
Oakland, CA - 94621
(510) 532-3211
Location: 14 miles from San Francisco
East Oakland Community Project is a multi-service organization, offers emergency and transitional housing in Alameda County. Provides accommodations and holistic services to homeless people, including individuals battling HIV/AIDS. In addition to Crossroads, EOCP operates three transitional housing.. click for more details..

Contra Costa Day Reporting Center - Reentry Program

120 Broadway Ave.
Richmond, CA - 94804
(510) 620-9761
Location: 13 miles from San Francisco
Deliver high quality, cost-efficient correctional, detention, community reentry, and electronic monitoring services. Reentry program includes: Group meetings at the centers Substance abuse education and treatment Adult basic education Life skills development Cognitive behavioral treatment Paren.. click for more details..

Oakland Street Center

205 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA - 94610
(510) 839-9051
Location: 11 miles from San Francisco
Substance Abuse Counseling Life Skills (including HIV/AIDS Education, Suicide Prevention, Anger/Stress Management, Parenting Skills, Sexual Abuse/Assault Intervention, Multi-Cultural Diversity and Finance) Regular Women's Group and Family Meetings Transitional Programming for all pre-release offend.. click for more details..

General ReEntry Program Tips

Waiting Lists

ReEntry programs do have waiting lists, especially for residential ReEntry. Apply as soon as possible and also check out many locations so you can open up your possibilities.

Government Resources

Take advantage of all of the government resources you can. Employment, apartments, etc, can be found through these government assistance programs. Government does move slow and does get exhausting working with, but do not get frustrated. Follow through as the private sector does not have the resources that the government does.


When possible we try to list the costs for services. The problem is that there are many types of residential programs that charge different amounts and do not want them posted on a website.