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Each One Reach One

Human Services

Each One Reach One

Works with youth incarcerated or on probation to avoid the adult criminal justice system.


Works to help youth incarcerated or on probation through the arts and education. Incarcerated youth work with professional Bay Area theater artists in a two-week playwriting workshop to create and develop a play. Upon completion the plays are read aloud by professional actors in front of family members, probation and correctional staff, teachers and mental health professionals. Provides weekly after-school study hall sessions to youth in detention facilities through A Dream and A Plan for Tomorrow (ADAPT). Participants are paired with tutors and mentors for the duration of the incarceration. Sessions focus on attaining a high school diploma or GED, and helping participants set goals and develop plans to achieve academic and vocational goals. Provides community service referrals for post-release programming (based on goals created while detained). A case manager assists with base job training, academic tutoring and educational programs. Each One Reach One offers an HIV/AIDS and pregnancy prevention program to incarcerated youth, as well as a girl's life skills program in girl's facilities.


146 S. Spruce Street, South San Francisco, CA 94080 37.6499204 -122.4183175 Human Services

Service Options

Accessibility Options:

  • Ramp
  • Wheelchair



Youth involved or at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system

How to Apply:

Service Areas:

  • San Francisco County
  • San Mateo County
  • Santa Clara County