Description: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
Audience:Youth involved or at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system
How to Apply:
- San Francisco County
- San Mateo County
- Santa Clara County