Community Assessment Service Center (CASC)
CASC Program Overview
CASC Program Overview
The Community Assessment and Services Center (CASC), is a one-stop, multi-service reentry center which specializes in working with justice involved people ages 18 and older. The CASC embraces a client-centered, strength-based approach, empowers personal responsibility and streamlines access to evidence based services which include clinical and reentry case management, medication management and distribution, peer coaching, cognitive behavioral interventions, substance dependency and recovery services, education and employment services, barrier removal and benefits enrollment assistance.
Led by SFAPD and UCSF/Citywide, and in partnership with SF public safety partners, San Francisco Superior Court, Collaborative Courts, federal probation, state parole, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Human Services Agency, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Department of Child Support Services and an array of talented community based providers, the CASC reduces over-reliance on incarceration, mitigates behavioral health challenges, builds self-sufficiency skills, and strengthens public safety.
We are proud to formally partner with an array of community based providers including Five Keys Schools & Programs, Goodwill Industries, the Senior Ex-Offender Program, Recovery Survival Network, Westside Community Services, America Works, Mentoring Men’s Movement, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Phatt Chance Community Services, Brothers for Change, San Francisco Forensics Institute, the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, HealthRIGHT360, Harbor Lights, Healing Circles for Soul Support, Because Black is Still Beautiful, Sister’s Circle, United Playaz, and Community Works West.
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