Provides pre- and post-release services specialized to meet the needs of each client. Programs include vocational services, counseling, food and clothing assistance, residential programming for homeless women with children, substance abuse counseling services, financial assistance for obtaining legal identification, and referrals to shelters and rehab programs.
Offers an alternative sentencing program, Cameo House, for homeless, formerly incarcerated mothers. It provides transitional housing and supportive programming. Each woman has her own living space to allow her to reunify with up to two children (age birth to 6). Residents may stay for up to 12 months. Exceptions may be made in necessary circumstances.
Also offers volunteer opportunities including providing social services in San Francisco jails, providing post-release support and providing substance abuse counseling.
Payment Description: No fee for most services. Inquire for details.
Intake and Eligibility: Adult (age 18 or older), currently or formerly incarcerated in San Francisco.
<br />Cameo House: Homeless, formerly incarcerated mothers, with children (ages birth to 6) or pregnant. Referral from a social service agency required.