Resources and Information
2-1-1 Reentry Resources and Services
This is your 2-1-1 Alameda County Reentry Portal, a place for justice-involved citizens to explore and find supportive resources for preventive and rehabilitative services.
Checklist for Successful Transition
Here is a planning guide to support your transition from incarceration to the community. It is important to be clear about what you'll need and what is available to you. This guide will identify how best to meet those needs to get and stay on track.
Explore Contracted Agencies
Alameda County has contracts with select organization in the community to provide services to probationers. If you are currently on probation in Alameda County, first explore these Contracted Service Providers listed below. Your DPO can help you determine whether you are eligible for prioritized services with these providers, and provide you with a referral.
Frequently Asked Questions
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|Juvenile Detention in Alameda County||Wendy Still||2019||Alameda County Probation Department|
|Community-based Alternatives to Detention: Implementation Evidence on Evening Reporting Centers||Sonia Jain, Alison K. Cohen, Neola Crosby, Jessica Gingold, & Stacey Wooden||2019||Journal of Applied Juvenile Justice Services, National Partnership for Juvenile Services|
|Individualizing Responses to Motivate Behavior Change in Youth: A Four-Pronged Approach||Wendy L. Schiller, Jessica Pearce, & Lindsey R. Jones||2019||National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges|
|Reducing Out of Home Placement in Alameda County 2018||Angela Irvine & Danielle Soto||2018||Impact Justice|
|Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved Youth Through Evidence-Based Decision-Making and Diversion||Amber Farn||2018||Center for Juvenile Justice Reform|
|Don't Stop Now: California Leads the Nation in Using Public Higher Education to Address Mass Incarceration||Debbie Mukamal and Rebecca Silbert||2018||Corrections to College California|
|Identifying, Engaging, and Empowering Families: A Charge for Juvenile Justice Agencies||Ryan Shanahan & Margaret DiZerega||2016||Center for Juvenile Justice Reform and Vera Institute of Justice|
|High Pain, No Gain: How Juvenile Administrative Fees Harm Low-Income Families in Alameda County, California||Alexander Kaplan et al||2016||Berkeley Law Policy Advocacy Clinic|