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About the Reentry Resource Center
The Reentry Resource Center offers services to formerly incarcerated Santa Clara County residents, supporting reentry efforts and building a safer community.
 
Vision
Build safer communities and strengthen families through successful reintegration and reentry of formerly incarcerated individuals back into Santa Clara County.
 
Mission
Reduce recidivism by using evidence-based practices in implementing a seamless system of services, supports, and supervision.

 
People waiting outside of Reentry Resource CenterServices 
  • Alcohol and drug treatment referrals           
  • Cal Fresh food assistance                              
  • Clothes closet
  • Computer literacy lab
  • Counseling
  • Expungement (record clearance)
  • General assistance benefits
  • Health referrals
  • Healthcare coverage
  • Housing assistance/referrals
  • Intake and assessment
  • Medical clinic
  • Valley Homeless Healthcare Program truckMental health referrals
  • Peer mentoring
  • Resources to the faith communities
  • Transitional case management
Referral to community services:
    • Education
    • Employment
    • Family reunification
    • Legal services
    • Vocational training

Programs

 
Probation AB 109 Intake & Assessment
 
Probation Officers and support staff at the Reentry Resource Center assess clients’ needs, identify resources, and connect clients to support services. (408) 535-4244
 
Alternative Custody Programs 
  • Public Service Program (PSP) - A community service program as an alternative to incarceration
  • Weekend Work Program (WWP) - A court-mandated program for low-risk offenders (408) 535-4211
  • Reentry Corrections Program (RCP) Trauma recovery, behavior modification, case management & counseling
  • Custodial Alternative Supervision Unit (CASU) – Supervision for in-custody individuals participating in community-based programs. (408) 535-4235
Parole Program
 
One-stop comprehensive service delivery and intensive case management for parole clients. Enrollment based on referral by parolee’s Agent of Record.  (408) 535-4000
 
Faith-Based Resource Centers (FBRC)
 
The Faith-Based Collaborative and Faith-Based Resource Centers (FBRC) are programs of the Behavioral Health Department developed to offer hope, compassion, forgiveness, trust, and accountability together with immediate and long-term resources. (408) 535-4274
 
OPERATING HOURS

Monday through Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
151 W. Mission St.
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 535-4299
 
Last updated: 10/2/2017 5:53 PM