Virtual Reentry Resource Conference Registration Form

OCTOBER 25 through 29, 2021

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Monday, October 25, 2021 Sessions

San Jose State University Record Clearance Project. Presenters: Judith Randle, Supervising Attorney, Margaret Stevenson, Supervising Attorney/Project Director.
"Changing lives, one petition at a time." The RCP is the only program in the country that engages undergraduate students in learning and using legal skills to clear people’s criminal records. Website: Record Clearance Project (sjsu.edu)

Root & Rebound. Presenter: Carmen Garcia, Executive Director.
Root & Rebound’s mission is to restore power and resources to the families and communities most harmed by mass incarceration through legal advocacy, public education, policy reform and litigation–a model rooted in the needs and expertise of people who are directly impacted. Website: Root & Rebound – justice. liberation. healing. (rootandrebound.org)

Project Change - College of San Mateo.  Presenters: Samantha Vargas, Program Coordinator, Linda Allen, Retention Specialist. 
Project Change is a unique program providing comprehensive educational services and resources to serve students and the community. Website: Project Change at College of San Mateo - Overview

The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center. Presenters: Angel Carter, Admissions & Networking Manager, Thompson Tran, Intake Coordinator.
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center provides residential support and care, to adults with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Website: San Francisco (salvationarmy.org) 

Marin County Restorative Justice Program. Presenter: Cindy Ayala, Program Coordinator. 
Restorative Justice allows those who have done wrong to accept their responsibility and take steps to repair the harm in a meaningful way. Website: Restorative Justice - County of Marin (marincounty.org)

Horizons Unlimited. Presenters: Gabriela Espinoza, RTP Co-occurring Counselor,Raul Hernandez, JEEP Program Coordinator, Marina Coronado, Mental Health Case Manager.
Horizons is a One-Stop Shop for our community, offering a variety of culturally-rooted and high appeal services and programs for youth and families.  Website: HORIZONS | EMPOWER. NURTURE. TRANSFORM. (horizons-sf.org)

Mentoring Men’s Movement. Presenters: George Jurand, CEO, Floyd Johnson, Director 
To help create healthier and safer communities by providing guidance and support to the incarcerated, previously incarcerated and others who are clear.  Website: https://www.mentoringmensmovement.org/

SF Adult Probation - Reentry Division. Presenters: Steve Adami, Reentry Division Director, Destiny Pletsch, Reentry Services Coordinator, Victoria Westbrook, Reentry Policy Planner/ Women's Gender Responsive Coordinator.
Protect and Serve the Community, Further Justice, Inspire Change, and Prioritize Racial Equity so that all People May Thrive. Website: reentrysf.org

Felton Institute. Presenters: Curtis Penn, Division Director Justice Services, Jerry Leonor, Program Director. 
Rooted in equity, Felton Institute transforms quality of life and promotes social justice to accelerate community led change. Website: Felton Institute | innovation in social services

Center for Employment Opportunities. Presenters: Emily Peri, Outreach Specialist, Katie Weiner, Americorps Vista
We provide immediate, effective, and comprehensive employment services exclusively to individuals who have recently returned home from incarceration.  Website: CEO | Center for Employment Opportunities (ceoworks.org)

H.E.R. House. Presenters: Alisea WesleyClark, Director, Traci Watson, Founder Sister Circle, Shannon Wise, Founder Solutions for Women
H.E.R. House is designed to provide a holistic approach to gender equality, infused by the principle of gender responsive programming. Website: Welcome to Westside Community Services (westside-health.org)

Second Chance Program. Presenters: Rhonda Findling, Second Chance Counselor/Coordinator, Richard Ortiz, Second Chance Expungement Coach

Second Chance is both a student club and a Student Services Program that provides support and resources for formerly incarcerated students. Regardless of how long you were inside, or where you have been in the justice system (prison, jail, juvenile hall, etc.), you will find a home on campus and a place of belonging in Second Chance. Website: Second Chance Program for Formerly Incarcerated Students | Student Services (santarosa.edu)

Homebridge. Presenters: Charles Payne, Outreach Speacialist, Connie Liang, Recruiter, Dane Miller, Talent Acquisition Manager

Our Mission: We make independent living possible through exceptional home care solutions. Website: Homebridge | Quality in-home care (homebridgeca.org)

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