Re-Entry & Transition

There are 19 programs in the Re-Entry & Transition Category.

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (Adult Parole Operations)
Eligibility: Parolees in San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Merced counties.
Fees: None

California Department of Correction and Rehabiliation - Division of Adult Parole Operations offers the following services for parolees currently under Adult Parole Supervision: Adult Computer Literacy Lab (CLLC): a computer based program designed to offer parolees educational assistance in obtaining a basic education through the GED level.Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery (STAR): assist in learning and developing positive life skills to combat a cycle of addictive behaviors.Parolee Outpatie...

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (Computer Literacy Learning Center Program - CLLC or Literacy Lab)
Eligibility: Parolees in San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced counties.
Fees: None.

Located in parole offices, the CLLC or Literacy Lab is a computer-assisted instructional program designed to increase the literacy skills of parolees, resulting in increased employability and parolee success. Teachers provide classroom instruction which focuses on basic proficiency in reading, writing and math skills. Students are placed in the CLLC according to their ability and proceed at their own pace, receiving training in life skills and employment competency, with a progression toward e...

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Program - STAR)
Eligibility: Parolees in San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced counties.
Fees: None

Located in parole offices, STAR is a cognitive behavioral program that provides substance abuse and relapse prevention to parolees in need of substance abuse education. The 20-day program, offered on an open entry/exit basis, is taught by California certified teachers and utilizes the Deciding, Evaluating, Understand, Counseling, Education (D.E.U.C.E.) curriculum model. The program assists participants in learning and developing positive life skills to combat a cycle of addictive behaviors....

California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Eligibility: Vary
Fees: Vary

The California Department of Motor Vehicle’s vision is to be a recognized leader in public service. To accomplish this vision their mission is to serve the public by providing quality licensing and motor vehicle-related services.The two functions of the DMV that most people are familiar with are registering vehicles and licensing drivers.Other functions:Recording ownership (certificate of title) of the vehicles DMV registersMaintaining driving records (accidents and convictions) of licensed driv...

Delancey Street Foundation
Eligibility: Individuals abusing substances, prostitutes, ex-convicts and others who want to change their lives.
Fees: None

Delancey Street Foundation is a self-help residential education center for former substance abusers and ex-convicts. There are about 1,000 residents located in five facilities throughout the country: New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Los Angeles and San Francisco (headquarters).Residents usually stay from two to four years and learn academic and vocational skills, along with interpersonal social survival skills. Their mission is to have each individual learn the values and attitudes necess...

Fathers & Families of San Joaquin (Family Strengthening AB 109 Program)
Eligibility: AB109
Fees: None

Family Strengthening AB 109 Program provides case management to connect formerly incarcerated individuals to resources for a successful re-entry into their community.Straight A Guide Training ProgramHealing Circles Multi-Ethnic Cultural Parenting ClassesFinancial Literacy Classes

Federal Bonding Program
Eligibility: Any at-risk job applicant is eligible for bonding services, including: ex-offenders, recovering substance abusers (alcohol or drugs), welfare recipients and other persons having poor financial credit,...
Fees: No fees to the job seeker or the employer.

In 1966 the U.S. Department of Labor established The Federal Bonding Program to provide Fidelity Bonds that guarantee honesty for “at-risk”, hard-to-place job seekers. The bonds cover the first six months of employment. There is no cost to the job applicant or the employer. In most states the bonds are made available through the state agency responsible for workforce matters. The Federal Bonding Program is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Labor and The McLaughlin Company, an insuran...

Hedy Holmes Staffing Services
Eligibility: Anyone seeking employment.
Fees: None

Hedy Homles Staff Services specializes in permanent and temporary employment placement. They also assist those individuals post-release/re-entry seeking employment. Other locations: Lodi: 1822 West Kettleman Lane, Suite 1, Lodi, CA 95242Tracy: 324 East 11th Street, Suite A-1, Tracy, CA 95376

Helping Other People Expand (H.O.P.E.)
Eligibility: At-risk youth and adults.
Fees: None for services. (There are fees for classes)

H.O.P.E. is dedicated to working with individuals of all ages addressing issues related to gangs, violence prevention and making positive changes in life. All ages are at risk of gang involvement and violence. Educating and positively mentoring at-risk youth, young adults, and formerly incarcerated individuals to become positive leaders, is key to Stockton’s future.Board members, volunteer staff, and Community Liaisons facilitate programs at H.O.P.E., reaching out to improve lives through variou...

Labor Ready
Eligibility: Anyone seeking temporary/permanent employment.
Fees: None

Labor Ready provides job placement assistance to those seeking employment. They also provide assistance those seeking employment after being incarcerated. Other location:Manteca: 130 West Yosemite Avenue, Manteca, CA 95337

Root & Rebound
Eligibility: Individuals who are currently or formerly incarcerated, or those that support these individuals.
Fees: No fees apply to those directly impacted. Service providers and professionals may be charged fees for materials/services.

"ROADMAP TO REENTRY" EDUCATIONThrough their "Roadmap to Reentry" guide and legal & community education and trainings, they work to expand the knowledge of community-based organizations, government agencies, and people with conviction histories across the state of California. This education focuses on improving "reentry readiness" so that people in reentry and those who support them are prepared to navigate hurdles to employment, housing, financial stability, family issues, and education.In a...

Salvation Army, Stockton
Eligibility: Low income Stockton, French Camp, Lathrop, Escalon and Manteca residents. No requirements for the Youth Center.
Fees: None

Salvation Army, Stockton assists needy families with emergency food, clothing and furnishings when their homes have been destroyed by fire or any form of disaster or calamity. Salvation Army also provides assistance with paying for PG&E bill through its REACH program (limited funding available).Stockton Salvation Army sites:Adult Rehabilitation Center & Thrift Store: 1247 South Wilson Way, Stockton (209) 466-3871. There is a car lot featuring used and running cars ranging from $300 to ...

San Joaquin County Probation Department (Adult Division)
Eligibility: San Joaquin County residents.
Fees: Court ordered probation fees.

San Joaquin County Probation Department, Adult Division is a major partner in the justice system. While working with public and private entities, its goal is to increase opportunities for individuals at risk and offenders to experience success in socially and legally acceptable ways, using cost effective programming. For those who choose not to make positive changes, the Division will recommend and impose consequences, thereby holding offenders accountable and protecting public interest and s...

San Joaquin County Probation Department (Juvenile Detention Services)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: Vary

San Joaquin County Probation Department Juvenile Detention Services provides a place where youth are held while waiting to come before a judge of the Juvenile Court. A person under the age of 18 years who commits a crime may be booked by a law enforcement agency into Juvenile Hall. Youngsters on probation may be arrested and booked by their probation officer. When a youngster appears in Juvenile Court on charges of a crime, the judge may release him or her, commit that youngster to Juvenile Ha...

San Joaquin County Probation Department (Juvenile Division)
Eligibility: Ages 7 to 21 years, delinquent (juvenile) and criminal (adult).
Fees: Minimal

The San Joaquin County Probation Department is a partner in the Sierra Health Foundation's Positive Youth Justice Initiative (PYJI). The Department and its Community Partners are changing systems,strengthening support services and increasing awareness countywide to improve the outcomes for crossover youth – young people who have experienced significant trauma, have a history in the child welfare and foster care systems, and are now drawn into the juvenile justice system. The county has a strong ...

San Joaquin County Recorder - County Clerk
Eligibility: None
Fees: Please see website for a current fee schedule.

The Recorder - County Clerk serves as custodian of public records, recorder of real property documents, and notary public bonds. The office also issues and registers marriage licenses, vital statistics and other public documents.The enactment of Senate Bill 1342 requires more documents be subject to the fee for the Real Estate Fraud Prosecution Trust Fund. The $8.00 Real Estate Fraud Prosecution Trust Fund fee will be applied to the documents listed below effective August 1, 2013. If any o...

Service First of Northern California (SFNC)
Eligibility: Referral from agency or private physician.
Fees: Vary

Service First of Northern California (SFNC) is a 501c3 Non-profit Public Benefit Corporation that serves as an umbrella organization that operates ten (10) community based programs. Their product is the "service" that they provide. Their "service" focuses on the neediest individuals in the community. They provide supportive services to individuals that are developmentally disabled, mentally ill, physically disabled, homeless Veterans, Social Security Beneficiaries, and those struggling with add...

State of California Department of Corrections Deuel Vocational Institution (DVI) (Friends Outside Gathering Place)
Eligibility: Friend or family member of someone incarcerated at Deuel Vocational Institute (DVI), state men’s prison.
Fees: None

Friends Outside is a non-profit agency that assists families and friends of incarcerated men at DVI, at the Friends Outside Visiting Center. It serves the children and works to maintain family unification. Emergency clothing, food and shelter and children’s programs are also offered. Transportation from the Greyhound and Amtrack stations in Stockton is provided. Reservations must be made one week in advance. Child care for children ages 7 years and older is available.

Stockton Motor Inn
Eligibility: Re-entry.
Fees: $800 a month.

Stockton Motor Inn provides affordable housing to help stabilize an individual's re-entry process.