Community Assessment Service Center (CASC)
CASC Program Overview
A partnership between the San Francisco Adult Probation Department (APD) and Citywide/UCSF. The CASC is a one-stop community corrections reentry center that bridges APD probation supervision services with comprehensive support including case management, barrier removal, and income benefits acquisition. The CASC so-locates services that build self-sufficiency, including a charter high school, vocational and employment readiness training and job placement services, mental health, and substance abuse prevention services, batterers' intervention programs, cognitive behavioral interventions, and meeting space for community partners.
The goals of the CASC are to reduce recidivism, mitigate behavioral health challenges, build self-sufficiency skills, and strengthen public safety. APD provides on-site probation supervision services. Citywide/UCSF's primary services provider and coordinates all clinical and case management services. Other key partners include Five Keys Charter School, Goodwill industries, America Works, Community Works West, Senior Ex Offender Program, Transitions Clinic, HealthRIGHT360, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, RSN, Phatt Chance Community Services, Westside Community Services, the Department of Public Health, Human Services Agency and Department of Child Support Services.
Eligibility Requirements: Any justice involved San Francisco resident, ages 18 and older, is welcome to the CASC. Select services, for capacity reason, are for APD clients only. If you have program questions please call for more information. For more information please contact; Lauren Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 415-241-4253.