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Center on Juvenile And Criminal Justice (CJCJ)
Address Center on Juvenile And Criminal Justice (CJCJ) - Y

449 9th St., 94103

Phone 415-621-5661
Email
Website http://www.cjcj.org/
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Language(s)
Summary See article

440 - 9th st, 94103

415-621-5661

1-800-735-2929 (TTY/TDD)

415-621-5466 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm.

1pm-9pm daily (Supervised Misdemeanor Release Program)

Private, non-profit dedicated to reduce society's reliance on the use of institutionalization as a solution to social problems. Services include development of alternative sentencing proposals for people facing incarceration; supervised release for certain misdemeanants housed in the S.F. Jail; transitional housing and reintegration for parolees.

Intake: Clients or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview. Intake and fee agreement negotiated over phone depending complexity of case and nature of representation.

Intake for alternative sentencing program: clients who have plead or been found guilty of felony offenses are eligible and they or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview.

Supervised Misdemeanor Release ProgramEdit

Supervised pretrial release for misdemeanants. The Program includes a homeless release project which provides case management services to homeless persons arrested on bench warrants and does outreach to shelters and assists people in resolving bench warrants.

Homeless Release ProjectEdit

Provides supervision and case management services to homeless people with pending criminal charges.


2010 HAP Manual TextEdit

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Center on Juvenile And Criminal Justice (CJCJ) - Y

449 9th St., 94103

415-621-5661

1-800-735-2929 (TTY/TDD)

415-621-5466 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm

http://www.cjcj.org/


Private, non-profit dedicated to reduce society's reliance on the use of institutionalization as a solution to social problems.

Services include: development of alternative sentencing proposals for people facing incarceration; supervised release for certain misdemeanants housed in the S.F. Jail; transitional housing and reintegration for parolees.

Intake: Clients or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview. Intake and fee agreement negotiated over phone depending complexity of case and nature of representation.

Intake for alternative sentencing program: clients who have plead or been found guilty of felony offenses are eligible and they or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview.


Supervised Misdemeanor Release Program

Supervised pretrial release for misdemeanants. The program includes a homeless release project which provides case management services to homeless persons arrested on bench warrants and does outreach to shelters and assists people in resolving bench warrants.


Homeless Release Project

Provides supervision and case management services to homeless people with pending criminal charges.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

Center on Juvenile And Criminal Justice (CJCJ) - G 449 9th St., 94103 415-621-5661 1-800-735-2929 (TTY/TDD) 415-621-5466 (Fax) http://www.cjcj.org/ M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Private non-profit dedicated to reduce society’s reliance on the use of institutionalization as a solution to social problems. Services include development of alternative sentencing proposals for people facing incarceration; supervised release for certain misdemeanors housed in the S.F. Jail; and transitional housing and reintegration for parolees.

Intake: Clients or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview. Intake and fee agreement negotiated over the phone depending on complexity of case and nature of representation. Intake for alternative sentencing program: Clients who have pled or been found guilty of felony offenses are eligible, and they or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview. Supervised Misdemeanor Release Program: Supervised pretrial release for misdemeanants. The program includes a homeless release project which provides case management services to homeless persons arrested on bench warrants and does outreach to shelters and assists people in resolving bench warrants. Homeless Release Project: Provides supervision and case management services to homeless people with pending criminal charges.

Center on Juvenile And Criminal Justice (CJCJ) - X 449 9th St., 94103 415-621-5661 1-800-735-2929 (TTY/TDD) 415-621-5466 (Fax) http://www.cjcj.org/ M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. 1 p.m.-9 p.m. daily (Supervised misdemeanor release program)

Services include: Development of alternative sentencing proposals for people facing incarceration; supervised release for certain misdemeanants housed in the S.F. Jail; and transitional housing and reintegration for parolees.

Intake: Clients or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview. Intake and fee agreement negotiated over the phone depending on complexity of case and nature of representation.

Intake for alternative sentencing program: Clients who have pled or been found guilty of felony offenses are eligible, and they or their advocates can call or write to CJCJ and set up an appointment for an interview.

Supervised Misdemeanor Release Program: Supervised pretrial release for misdemeanants. The program includes a homeless release project which provides case management services to homeless persons arrested on bench warrants and does outreach to shelters and assists people in resolving bench warrants.

Homeless Release Project: Provides supervision and case management services to homeless people with pending criminal charges.

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