Reentry and Public Safety Realignment
Public Safety Realignment and the Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee (CCPEC)
On April 4, 2011, the Public Safety Realignment Act (AB 109) was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. The policy changes in the Act focus on alleviating overcrowding in the California State prisons and reducing the state corrections budget. This is achieved largely through transferring responsibility for incarceration and supervision of many low-level inmates and parolees from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to the county level. AB 109 went into effect October 1, 2011.
The CCPEC established four Workgroups with the following goals:
Data and Information Management Workgroup: Design and develop a comprehensive, integrated data management system that allows tracking of individuals, outcomes, and costs.
Fiscal and Procurement Workgroup: Develop an annual Realignment allocation plan and procedures for effective and efficient procurement.
Process and Evaluation Workgroup: Define and develop the plan for, implementation, and evaluation of, Realignment activities in Alameda County.
Programs and Services Workgroup: Ensure availability of, and access to, effective/results-oriented services for Realignment populations from the continuum of charging through successful reentry.
Alameda County entered into a contract with Resource Development Associates (RDA) to conduct a five-year evaluation of the County’s efforts related to Realignment.
Reentry in Alameda County
On March 11, 2014, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors adopted the County’s Adult Re-Entry Strategic Plan. Over 100 individuals participated in the strategic planning process. The Plan outlines the vision statements for both the population and system, along with four performance measures and corresponding strategies. The definition for reentry: “All people who have had contact with the criminal justice system living in Alameda County”. It is estimated that approximately 1 of 3 residents in Alameda County are included in the reentry population.
Adult Reentry Strategic Plan
Goals, plus summaries:
Goal 1: Recidivism
To promote community safety and improve the quality of lives of all people in the community by reducing recidivism defined as: “re-arrest, re-conviction, or return to incarceration/custody for people with conviction histories, with or without a new sentence within three years.”
Goal 2: Services
Reentry planning and response begins at the earliest possible point of contact with the criminal justice system and continues until “successful” reintegration, as defined by an individualized plan and the acquisition of positive services and social-based outcomes that are high-quality, peer-involved, and comprehensive, in the following areas:
Workforce Development & Employment
Goals 3: System
Develop an effective, culturally responsive, well-coordinated system of services that promotes evidenced-based practices with and for those impacted by reentry, including reentry individuals, their families, victims, and our community.
Goal 4: Outcomes
Ensure transparency and accountability through outcome-based evaluations based on evidentiary practices and a supporting information system that has the ability to track individual services, provider and system outcomes and collect appropriate data/statistics.
Alameda County has many resources, services and information for individuals who have had contact with the criminal justice system.
The Path Home Reentry Workbook Series
Reentry/Realignment Announcements and Events
Events & Announcements
- Alameda County Probation Department has released Request for Quotation (RFQ) #901984 Round 6 – Probation Housing Vendor Pool
- Alameda County Probation Department has released Request for Proposal (RFP) #902102 – Alameda AB109 Direct Services: Center of Reentry Excellence *Updated 10/24/2022*
- Responses are due before December 8, 2022 by 2:00 PM
- For further information, please contact Lovell Laurente at 510-208-9621 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- This is an ONLINE BID PROCESS. Please register at: https://ezsourcing.acgov.org/
- Request for Interest/Proposal/Quotation (RFI/P/Q):
- RFP/Q Addendum:
COVID-19: STAY INFORMED
For updates on COVID-19, visit one of the following dedicated web pages from trusted public health agencies:
- Alameda County Public Health Department
- California Department of Public Health
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
PROP 47 LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE SEEKING COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES
Proposition 47 Local Advisory Committee Community Representative Opening
The Alameda County Proposition 47 Local Advisory Committee (LAC) is recruiting three to five Community Representatives. The purpose of this committee is to oversee the County’s Prop 47 Grant Project, which provides mental health, substance use disorder, and housing services to justice-involved clients with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The Community Representatives should be formerly incarcerated and/or have family who have been formerly incarcerated.
PROCESS & EVALUATION WORKGROUP’S DECEMBER EVENING MEETING
You are invited to attend the Process and Evaluation Workgroup meeting on December 7th, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The Workgroup is responsible for evaluating and implementing county programs designed to facilitate successful community re-entry for people returning home from state prison, and individuals on probation.
The meeting is open to the public, however people with a passion and insight about the challenges faced by women and men returning home after incarceration; and staff from organizations supporting formally incarcerated individuals are highly encouraged to attend.
Workgroup meetings are informative, insightful, and full of free-flowing discussions, supporting creative ideas from community members with a focus on providing solutions to the challenges faced by friends and family returning home. Add your voice to our current Workgroup participants who have the vision to turn creative ideas into initiatives that help our returning citizens thrive.
Workgroup successes include:
- Advocating for Santa Rita Jail inmates to become enrolled in Medi-Cal prior to release.
- Amending the Santa Rita clearance policy to allow more formerly incarcerated individuals who provide services to enter the jail.
- Creating a process to evaluate the success of AB 109 contracted work.
The meeting will be virtual, and the agenda is designed to allow newcomers to get an understanding of the Workgroup activities, ask questions, and hopefully start attending the meetings regularly in 2023.
The agenda with the link to the meeting will be posted here a few days before December 7th: https://probation.acgov.org/calendar/details.page?year=2022&id=2022-01-07%2010:16:34.587&title=ccp-process-and-evaluation-work-group
Hope to see you there!
HELP SHAPE OUR MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM IN ALAMEDA COUNTY!
A message brought to you by Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Department, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Division
Mental Health Services Act Update – Community Input
Alameda County residents are invited to contribute ideas for the Mental Health Services Act Three Year Plan for Fiscal Year 2023/26. Help shape and impact Alameda County’s mental health system by completing a brief survey (translated in Spanish and Chinese) and now through January 31, 2023 to provide suggestions to improve mental health services for the next three years. Learn how to read the MHSA Plan by viewing our recent webinar, view podcasts, success stories, and participate in listening sessions for more information about our MHSA work. A report on previous community input is available that demonstrates how your feedback translates to services.
All meeting dates are subject to change. Notice will be given according to the Brown Act. Visit our website for copies of the agenda, minutes, and other meeting documents.
- Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – Fiscal and Procurement Workgroup
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM ONLINE via Microsoft Teams
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- Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – Community Advisory Board (CAB)
6:15 PM – 8:15 PM ONLINE via Zoom
Meeting Location: 80 Swan Way, Oakland, CA 94621
Click on the following link to join the meeting virtually via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 848 0676 3152
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- Wednesday, December 7, 2022 – Process and Evaluation Workgroup
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM ONLINE via Zoom
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Meeting ID:832 2778 7224
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- Thursday, December 8, 2022 – Data and Information Management Workgroup
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ONLINE via Microsoft Teams
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Career One Stop is extremely extensive and informative. Check out their general link at www.CareerOneStop.org. There is also a site dedicated specifically to those who are or were justice-involved (www.CareerOneStop.org/ExOffender) and a link that can be used for those in various stages of reentry (https://Reentry.CareerOneStop.org).
Brothers and Ladies Leading for Enrichment, Righteousness, and Success (B.A.L.L.E.R.S.) organization has open enrollment. This organization provides job counseling, job training, and work experience to unemployed individuals who have a job market disadvantage because of lack of education, job skill, experience, or incarceration. The B.A.L.L.E.R.S. organization also encourages self-employment by providing training in entrepreneurship and finance.
West Oakland Job Resource Center
Typical hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Ph: 510-419-0509 | website: wojrc.org | 1801 Adeline St., Oakland 94607
For questions email email@example.com or call 510-419-0509.
The Eden Area America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) offers no-cost services to Alameda County residents seeking Employment assistance. The center specializes in the following sectors:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Information/Communication Technology
- Professional Engineering
- Transportation and Logistics
- Health Care
Visit the website for additional information, http://edenareaonestop.org/about-us/.
MTS Training Academy offers comprehensive Class A, Class B, and Professional School Bus Driver training for the career-minded individuals seeking opportunities in the commercial driving industry. Since 1996, we have trained drivers for local and national trucking companies, tour and transit bus operators, and public/private school bus operators. Employment and training virtual orientation are offered every Tuesday at 10 a.m. and Thursday at 1 p.m.
Visit their Website for more information.
Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) provides interim housing, rental assistance, employment services, and peer support assistance for reentry and justice-involved individuals – many services are NOW ONLINE, please contact us!
BOSS EMPLOYMENT SERVICES:
Career Training and Employment Center (CTEC): Education, training, and employment assistance. WEEKLY CLASSES ARE BEING HELD ONLINE!
Classes are held online M-F at 10:00 AM. Both new & existing participants are welcome!!
To Participate: Contact CTEC at 510.932.0966. We will provide participants with the class log-in information, and a list of Minimum Requirements (hardware/software) for virtual services. If individuals need help with these requirements, we will do our best to get them connected!
For more information: BOSS CTEC.
Five Keys free high school for 16+ years of age. Now Available Online.
Why Five Keys? It’s FREE. Students pay nothing. Easy to Start. We do most of the administrative work to transfer you to Five Keys. We’ve been there. You are not alone. Unlike many of our students, many of our Five Keys teachers and staff have been there – disappointed in and frustrated by the traditional high school environment and challenged by life’s circumstances that made graduation and the system out of reach.
Now is the Time to Get Ready. COVID-19 is causing record-breaking unemployment rates. You need to get qualified for more jobs. You need a high school diploma to enroll in the military, police and fire academies, certified nursing assistant programs and junior colleges.
- Support Available When And How You Need It
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Five Keys is here to help. Call our Registration Hotline and they can direct you to the right person to speak with.
Merritt College STEM Core Program: STEM Core is a cohort-based learning community at Merritt College increasing the number of students in cybersecurity and computer science. Students take classes together, receive academic counseling, tutoring, intensive math preparation, and access to high-quality paid tech internships. Participants explore careers in Cybersecurity and Computer Science and will be prepared to transfer to a 4-year computer science program (i.e., University of California Berkeley, UCLA, Stanford, Cal State East Bay, San Jose, and San Francisco States). More information is available on their website.
Oakland Adult and Career Education (OACE) has been committed to providing Adult Basic Education (ABE) and Adult Secondary Education (ASE) for immigrants, dropouts, and those most vulnerable in Oakland for 145 years. OACE is the second oldest adult school in California, founded in 1871. OACE is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and all instructors are credentialed by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. OACE has a community-based service delivery model, in 20 locations throughout the City of Oakland.
Student Learning Outcomes: OACE students will achieve work, life and academic skills including foundational skills in English, math, and technology:
- To become college and career ready,
- To support their family’s academic progress,
- To become fully participating members of their community
Alameda County Office of Education’s (ACOE’s) Opportunity Academy School serves students ages 16 and over who have previously separated from school or have been unsuccessful in school, desire a high school diploma, and will benefit from support with employment readiness and obtaining employment.
Opportunity Academy utilizes an independent studies format with blended learning models, incorporating computer-based curriculum, small group instruction, independent and classroom-based study options.
Opportunity Academy School, in partnership with Youth Employment Partnership (YEP), in Oakland, an organization providing Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act-funded services to similar populations, will provide an environment that encourages student growth and success in and out of the classroom.
Career Online High School: Scholarships are being offered at Oakland Public Library and Alameda County Library for adults (age 19+) to earn a high school diploma and career certificate through Career Online High School. Enrolled students will take classes online, be supported by an academic coach, and build a career portfolio. Scholarships are limited. Apply Now - https://ca.careeronlinehs.org/.
Bay Area Systems Impacted Consortium (BASIC): The BASIC’s Directory of campus-based programs that support success for justice systems impacted students attending California’s public two and four-year colleges and universities in the greater Bay Area is available. We hope the Directory will be shared with prospective and current students under supervision of the Alameda County Probation Department and the staff that support them.
This edition expands the listings from the earlier edition’s two East Bay counties to listings for eleven greater Bay Area counties. Support programs are listed along with contact information for EOPS/CARE, EOP and Academic Counseling offices for campuses that have not yet developed on-campus clubs or programs. Additionally, information is included about BASIC and the new statewide Rising Scholars Network.
Here is the Rising Scholars Network's Program Directory.
Defy Ventures, a non-profit organization that works with individuals who have had previous criminal justice involvement (18+ years and older) to create new pathways for economic sustainability. Defy's CEO of Your New Life program focuses on job readiness/job placement, personal wellness, reentry coaching and entrepreneurship. In addition to providing job placement and reentry case management, Defy offers professional upskilling workshops and career mentoring, and helps individuals create profitable enterprises that sustain them and their families over time. We support emerging entrepreneurs in the launch of their enterprises by offering intensive hands-on entrepreneurship training, character development, mentoring, business incubation, financing opportunities and holistic personal development services.
Eden Area Food Pantries. Get free food for your family in the Eden area (Hayward, San Leandro, Ashland and Cherryland). Please see Eden Health District's website for more information.
Alameda County Community Food Bank provides food and CalFresh application assistance to anyone in need and will connect you with a source for groceries or a hot meal the day you call. Assistance is available in multiple languages. Call (510) 635-3663 Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm.
Click on the link http://foodnow.net/ to the online food access portal, where people can find food when the Food Helpline is closed. Also, the Food Bank provides CalFresh screening and application assistance.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, we are NOW offering food assistance in your choice of two safe ways:
- Home Monthly Deliveryis offered to anyone with a home address in Berkeley and Albany. We will schedule delivery dates with you, and you must be present to receive the delivery. For details and to sign up, see our online application.
In-Person Pick-Up at the Pantry: We are open during the current COVID-19 crisis for our normal business hours (Mon/Wed/Fri 2:00 PM-4:00 PM).
Berkeley Food Network. Our on-site pantry is open to all Albany and Berkeley residents in need of food. Pantry visitors are able to select their own groceries in a COVID-19 safe setting.
We are located at 1925 Ninth St., Berkeley. Please enter from the parking lot side of the building.
BTA Pantry. The mobile pantry at Berkeley Technical Academy remains open to serve the South Berkeley area.
Location: 2701 Martin Luther King Jr Way
BHS Pantry. The mobile pantry at Berkeley High School remains open to serve the public.
Location: Milvia & Kittredge
For information about Food Distribution Oakland, go to https://www.oaklandca.gov/services/find-a-hunger-program-site. Please note eligibility requirement information of each site.
Interactive Map includes all sites in Alameda County offering food pick up and/or delivery.
If you have un-met food needs, please call 2-1-1 to learn where you may be eligible to receive food.
All four colleges in the Peralta Community College District have partnered with Steph and Aisha Curry's non-profit Eat.Learn.Play and the World Central Kitchen to provide free meals for students:
- Laney College Lunch & Produce is available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM with drive-thru pickup available at 900 Fallon Street. Laney also offers organic produce boxes each Friday.
- College of Alameda "Grab-N-Go Free Lunch" is available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM with drive-thru pickup available at 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway.
- Merritt College "Grab N Go Free Lunch" is available on Tuesday and Thursday, from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM, off-campus at the David E. Glover Education and Technology Center located at 6948 Foothill Blvd, Oakland.
Berkeley City College lunches are available on Fridays from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM at 2050 Center St., Berkeley. BCC also provides free groceries at the Berkeley Food Network on 1001 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94710 every Monday from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM. We are looking for volunteers on Monday if you’d like to help out.
A Safe Place provides a safe, confidential, and comfortable housing for victims who must leave their home situation for safety reasons.
- Emergency shelter
- Individual and family counseling
- Children’s Program
- Case Management
- Support with legal, child custody and protective orders
- Basic necessities – clothing, food
If you are in immediate danger, call 911. If you are seeking shelter or assistance, please call our 24-hour crisis line at 510-536-7233.
A Safe Place is looking for volunteers for their Crisis Hotline. Have you wondered how you can help during these challenging times? Volunteer. You can make a difference! Volunteers are the life blood of any non-profit organization. Volunteerism is essential. For more information on how to become a volunteer with A Safe Place, contact (510) 986-8600, ext. 316. Information is also available on this flyer.
Oakland LGBTQ Community Center: In compliance with the most recent COVID-19 Public Health Department's Revised and Extended Shelter in Place orders, the Center will remain closed for drop-in and on-site support groups. We are currently providing assistance to our community by appointment only. On-site group meetings and drop-in will resume when it is deemed safer to do so. If you schedule an appointment with one of our Wellness Coordinators, please arrive with a mask or face cover. If you do not have one, a mask can be provided for you.
COVID-19 Testing: For COVID-19 testing sites click here.
Group Meetings: Some of our Center support groups have been moved online. Please see our calendar to learn about virtual group meetings.
Mental Health Support: Community members who are seeking mental health support from one of the private practice therapists at the Center, please contact them directly by clicking here. The therapists page also has other LGBTQ specific mental health resources as well.
Rental Assistance: Rental assistance applications are processed in the order that they are received and assessed based on priority of need by our wellness coordinators/case management team. The demand for rental assistance is very high. Funding is limited and only available until exhausted. We appreciate your patience as we process the many applications that we are receiving.
If you are interested in donating to our emergency housing & rental assistance fund, please click here.
Food and Other Emergency Assistance: The Center also has a food pantry. If you would like to access this service, please click here for more information.
We encourage community members to use food and other emergency assistance resources at the links below.
Low Fee Mental Health Support: Jonathan Julian is an AMFT serving the community through their practice at the Oakland LGBTQ Community Center. They are offering shorter term, low-fee therapy sessions between $30-$60 specifically for our LGBTQIA+ family who are struggling with their mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic. If you or a loved one needs extra support, you can find me on Open Path Psychotherapy Collective by searching my name. I specialize in expressive arts therapy and somatic mindfulness. Learn more about me at https://jjuliantherapy.com.
Debt Free Justice California. Some criminal administrative fees to be automatically forgiven. Under a new California law (AB 1869), counties and courts cannot charge or collect certain criminal administrative fees starting on July 1, 2021. Please see flyer for more information. Flyers in Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese are available here.
Reentry Legal Services – Bay Area Legal Aid provides free legal advice and representation to low-income residents of Alameda County with an arrest or conviction history causing a barrier in their lives. Clients can fill out an online self-referral form on our website. We’re able to assist Alameda County residents with “expungements,” traffic tickets and traffic court debt, suspended driver’s licenses, employment denials and background check information, vocational licensing and some consumer issues like identity theft. Please see the attached flyer for more information. You can also visit their website: Bay Area Legal Aid Reentry Project.
The website also contains information and resources on COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments that might be helpful for clients, which can be found here: COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments: Information and Resources.
Low-income people with disabilities may qualify for cash benefits from the government through SSI, SSDI, or CAPI. Bay Area Legal Aid may be able to help. Please see our flyer for additional details. You may also call our Legal Advice Line at (800) 551-5554 (M & Th: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM; T & W 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM) for more information.
Clean Slate Clinic: A partnership of the East Bay Community Law Center and Alameda County Public Defender’s Office. We highly encourage you to send clients to the in-person clinics. We are able to do a more holistic screening, give information, and better assess needs when we meet them in person. If the person is out of county, out of state, or simply can’t make one of our clinic times, please refer them to Code for America. Please advise clients to either apply online or come to clinic but do not do both as this causes confusion and duplicative work.
- Employment Denials due to Criminal Background
- Dismissal of Conviction (“Expungement”)
- Sealing of Arrest Record - Factual Innocence
- Felony Reduction / Prop 47 Relief
- Errors on Criminal Background Reports
- Early Termination of Probation
- Occupational Licensing Denials (DSS, Security Guard)
- Certificate of Rehabilitation
- Voting Rights, Jury Service Right
Take the First Step! Apply In 10 Minutes! Apply Online: https://clearmyrecord.codeforamerica.org/.
For more information: PD Clean Slate Flyer | Clean Slate Services | Clean Slate Fact Sheet | www.ebclc.org | www.acgov.org/defender | Clean Slate practice located at: 1950 University Ave, Suite 200, Berkeley, CA 94704.
The Re-Entry Treatment Team, a partnership of Bay Area Community Services (BACS) and La Familia, provides support for individuals with behavioral health issues and a criminal justice history. Eligible clients are Alameda County residents ages 18 and over with moderate to severe mental illness and current or recent criminal justice involvement. Please refer to our flyer and referral form.
Feeling stressed as a parent? Family Paths, a consulting agency with Head Start, has a 24/7 Parenting Stress Helpline: 1-800-829-3777, and a website with lots of very useful information: https://familypaths.org/.
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Community Advisory Board
In December 2013, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors established the Community Advisory Board (CAB) in an effort to ensure a “community voice” on matters relating to Realignment and reentry in Alameda County. The CAB is a 15-member board, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, with three representatives from each of the five supervisorial districts; at least one of the three members must be formerly incarcerated.
1. RFQ No. 901949: AB 109 Direct Services: Sex Offender Management Treatment Program. ACPD is seeking to award a one-year contract (with options to renew) to Contractors with experience providing sex offender management treatment program services to meet the individual’s treatment needs.
• For further information, please contact Christine Chan at 510-208-9623 or Christine.Chan2@acgov.org
• Due Date: April 26, 2021 by 2:00 PM
• Please visit GSA's website for more information: http://www.acgov.org/gsa_app/gsa/purchasing/bid_content/contractopportunities.jsp
2. RFP No. 901904: AB109 Direct Services: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Services, Incentives, and Innovation Program (CBI3). ACPD is looking for a Contractor who has experience working with a justice-involved population and with the delivery of CBI programs that address the specific needs of the target population and targets criminal thinking patterns among adult offenders.
• For further information, please contact Lovell Laurente at 510-208-9621 or firstname.lastname@example.org • Due Date Changed: April 27, 2021 by 2:00 PM
• Please visit GSA's website for more information: https://www.acgov.org/gsa_app/gsa/purchasing/bid_content/contractingdetail.jsp?BID_ID=2334
3. Alameda County Probation Department has released Request for Proposal (RFP) #901813 – AB109 Direct Services Grant: Employment Vendor Pool NOTE: The County is no longer accepting bid responses from Bidders with service facilities located in Oakland. All other regions/locations remain open for bidding.
• Responses are due on May 5, 2021 by 2:00 PM
• For further information, please contact Lovell Laurente at 510-208-9621 or email@example.com
• Click here to view all details regarding this opportunity on the GSA website
• Bidders MUST register in order to participate in this bid
• This RFP will utilize the County’s new online bid process (Strategic Sourcing); this will enable Bidders to submit bid responses using the County’s online portal. Click here or visit https://ezsourcing.acgov.org/ to register