Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco that works to reduce incarceration, promote alternatives to imprisonment, and address the root causes of crime. The organization conducts research, provides direct services to individuals and families affected by the criminal justice system, and advocates for policy changes. Their work focuses on the intersection of the criminal justice system with other social issues, such as poverty, substance abuse, and mental health. The organization also operates a number of programs, including case management and reentry services, as well as policy initiatives such as expanding access to mental health treatment and addressing racial disparities in the justice system.

Scroll to Top