12TH ANNUAL REENTRY CONFERENCE, RESOURCE AND JOB FAIR

PROTECTING THE HUMAN DIGNITY OF JUSTICE-INVOLVED PEOPLE. VICTIMS AND FAMILIES OF PRISONERS.

PROTECTING THE HUMAN DIGNITY OF JUSTICE-INVOLVED PEOPLE. VICTIMS AND FAMILIES OF PRISONERS.
SPONSORED BY THE ARCHDIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE OF HUMAN LIFE AND DIGNITY – RESTORATIVE JUSTICE MINISTRY

Friday, September 13, 2024, 8:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Free Event: Admission,
Continental Breakfast and Lunch
St. Mary’s Cathedral – Event Center
1111 Gough St., San Francisco, CA 94109

OBJECTIVES
– Influence public policy and legislation.
– Build stronger organizational practices connect with coalitions and
networks
– Train with providers and advocates
– Research community organizing & actions strengthen discussions, opportunities and steps to support people in reentry and crime survivors.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Justice-involved youth and adults; families with incarcerated loved ones, crime survivors, non-profit providers, advocates, volunteers working with incarcerated people; law enforcement professionals, probation and corrections staff; victim services; educational; religious and social institutions; department of justice agencies; health services; housing, 2nd chance employers and legal rights organizations.

VIEW OR DOWNLOAD FLYERS

2024 Reentry Conference Flyer

2024 Reentry Conference Program Outline

Healing Drumming Circle with Arturo Carrillo

SB 731 Record Clearing Clinic

JOB/Career Event

Free Professional Headshots

Bay Area Juvenile Justice Probation Officials Discuss Rehabilitation Vision of Incarcerated Adolescents and Young Adults

Restorative Justice Mission of the Catholic Church in California

Veterans Justice: Insights, Avenues and Solutions

The Benefits of Including Faith in a Human Trafficking Survivor’s Healing Journey

Unveiling the Flaws in San Francisco’s Response to the Drug and Homeless Crisis: A Call for Equity and Effective Solutions

JUST FREE: System Impacted Youth Surviving San Francisco

Employment Best Practices for People Reentering Society After Incarceration

In its 12th year, the Reentry Conference, Resource and Job Fair brings hundreds of individuals and organizations from around the Bay Area and state wide to explore the latest concerns, opportunities and advancements of justice-involved and crime-affected individuals and families.

Donate to the 2024 Reentry Conference,
Resource & Job Fair 

All donations are 100 percent tax-deductible through the Archdiocese of San Francisco’s Tax ID 94-1156707.

Check can be made payable to ADSF – Restorative Justice Ministry, 1 Peter Yorke Way, San Francisco, CA 94109