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Delancey Street Foundation

Delancey Street is the country's leading residential self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. Started in 1971 with 4 people in a San Francisco apartment, Delancey Street has served many thousands of residents, in 5 locations throughout the United States. Residents at Delancey Street range from teenagers to senior citizens, and include men and women and all races and ethnicities. The average resident has been a hard-core drug and alcohol abuser, has been in prison, is unskilled, functionally illiterate, and has a personal history of violence and generations of poverty. Locations in California include: San Francisco, Los Angeles,

Second Chance

Founded in 1993 by Executive Director Scott H. Silverman, Second Chance is committed to breaking the cycle of unemployment, poverty, homelessness, substance abuse and incarceration that plague our city. This is accomplished by offering job readiness training, job placement, affordable housing, mental health counseling, and case management to men and women who desire to change their lives. Second Chance provide services for both male and female prisoners. Locations through-out Califronia

Triple Cross

Triple Cross works to provide assistance to homeless ex-offenders who are seeking to become reintegrated into the world of work. Located in San Diego, CA.


Focuses on assisting participants to attain their own optimal level of independence. For most of our program participants, successful completion of our programs will mean complete and permanent independence through education, employment, sobriety, and stability. Located in San Diego, CA.

Northern California Service League

NCSL is a non-profit agency that works with San Francisco jails and the California State Prisons, providing supported services to create safer, healthier communities by helping offenders and the formerly incarcerated become responsible and contributing members of society.

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