Welcome to the California Reentry Council Network (CRCN)
The CRCN is a statewide network to connect local reentry councils, roundtables, and task forces to each other and to promote information and resource sharing aimed to improve reentry outcomes for people returning to local communities after release from jails and prisons.
What is a Reentry Council?
Reentry refers to the transition of individuals who are incarcerated in prisons or jails back into the community after release. Currently, there are reentry efforts emerging throughout the US and in California that employ evidence-based strategies focused on comprehensive planning and coordinated service delivery to increase the likelihood that individuals will make safe and successful transitions back into their communities after incarceration.
Reentry Councils, Partnerships, and/or Roundtables refer to groups that are organized to coordinate local reentry efforts. They may focus on: (1) sharing local reentry information and resources; (2) developing directories of local reentry services; (3) organizing collaborative reentry planning and policy development; (4) and/or encouraging public engagement in local reentry efforts. Membership in various Reentry Councils, Partnerships, and/or Roundtables may differ, though most aim to engage multiple community reentry stakeholders including local government agency leadership, community service providers, individuals who have been previously incarcerated and/or their family members, and other community leaders.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is hosting the Reentry Solutions for Success Conference on September 29 and 30, 2015, in Sacramento, CA. This event is statewide cross-sector conference being held to examine reentry’s impact on vulnerable communities and highlight programs and strategies that are contributing to successful reintegration. With legislation and initiatives driving the conversation, now is the time to discuss ways to implement and expand successful practices and programs. Please join this exciting and powerful event that encourages the 58 counties impacted by AB109 to come together to network, share, and strategize around the most effective and innovative solutions to support successful reintegration. Attendees will learn about existing and promising models for supervision, housing, counseling, and employment that draw upon evidence-based solutions.
Registration Deadline: September 25, 2015
Register by August 28 to receive a 30% discount! Registration includes an exciting keynote luncheon, a welcome reception, a networking breakfast and a choice of 12 informative breakout sessions.
Early Bird: $95 per person (through August 28)
General: $135 per person
If you have questions about this conference or are interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please contact Lena Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Deanna Allen at email@example.com.
The Bridge at Main and The Reentry Council of San Francisco present Visions of Justice: A film series exploring themes of reentry, juvenile and criminal justice. Screenings are scheduled from April – September, 2015. All film screenings are free and will be held from 5:30-7:30pm at the San Francisco Main Library, Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin St., San Francisco. Each film will be followed by an interactive panel/audience discussion. For more information, including an overview of each film and screening dates, please see the Visions Of Justice Series Flyer.
Interested in joining CRCN?
Fill out your contact information & we will send you an invite to join.