To provide ongoing support for a group of formerly incarcerated parents and caregivers of children with incarcerated parents to inform the work of, and related to, Alameda County Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (ACCIPP), which seeks to improve policies and practices on behalf of children with incarcerated parents and their families.
To support capacity building for juvenile defense attorneys to effectively advocate for cross-system, community-based supports for youth involved in the delinquency system.
To support a one-year fellowship at the Haywood Burns Institute for an emerging leader in justice reform to help advance the work of the Institute and learn from leaders in the field.
To support the general operations of a statewide organization that provides training, technical assistance and advocacy on behalf of local CASA programs.
To support ongoing efforts to bring together advocates and statewide leadership from behavioral health and child welfare to develop a coordinated, triaged response to foster youth in crisis.
To support a public/private coalition-building effort that can transform outcomes for children by leveraging behavioral health policy and aligned public/private efforts to support healthy development, increase health equity, improve clinical efficacy, and achieve necessary systems change.
To provide general operating support for an organization that engages youth and families impacted by incarceration to promote lasting change that keeps people out of prison, advocates for a more humane justice system, and supports healthy communities through services and art.
To support a convening of staff from San Francisco’s Child, Youth and Family System of Care and community-based partners to review efforts related to trauma informed systems and equity; acknowledge and reward progress; and practice self-care.
To support intensive training and coaching on foster youth-led organizing to staff, volunteers and youth involved in Bay Area foster youth advocacy groups.
To support the transition of the Foster Youth Museum to an independent, sustainable entity.
To support the continued expansion of FLY in Alameda County to provide legal education and leadership training to youth involved or at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system.
To provide general support to expand the capacity of a non-traditional charter high school that serves youth with histories of school failure.
To support the launch of a youth communications initiative that amplifies the voices of a new generation coming of age in East Contra Costa County.
To provide continued training and guidance to assist incarcerated individuals, family members and the organizations that support them to prepare for release and reentry.
To provide continued support for a collaboration of county social service agencies and universities to foster shared learning and activities designed to improve human service systems and strengthen communities of vulnerable children, youth and families.
To support the participation of Bay Area organizations in a statewide initiative that aims to accelerate a movement toward a more equitable, youth development-focused juvenile justice system.
To support a train-the-trainer program for the San Francisco Police Department and update the San Francisco versions of Juvenile Justice Jeopardy with the goal of improving interactions between youth and law enforcement in San Francisco.
To provide general operating support for an organization that builds a movement of formerly incarcerated and system involved young women to heal from trauma and change the systems, policies, services, and narratives that ensnare poor young women in cycles of violence, economic marginalization, incarceration, and self destruction.