Employment Services

CASC employment services are open to all justice involved adults, age 18 and over, who reside in San Francisco. 

For more information, please contact Steve Adami at steve.adami@sfgov.org or by phone at 415-489-7308.

If you are a client of APD in need of services, or a service provider seeking services for a client of APD, please contact the assigned Deputy Probation Officer (DPO). For DPO contact information, please call 415-241-4260. 

Goodwill Industries:

As the CASC lead employment services provider, Goodwill industries strives to break the cycle of poverty for thousands of people through their transformative job readiness training and work placement programs. Goodwill industries believes in the "Power of Work" to help transform the lives of individuals looking for work, and most importantly a career., The CASC/Goodwill offers clients:

  • Career Assessments
  • Job Placement Services
  • Individual Career Developments Plans
  • Vocational Training Options/Opportunities 
  • Employment Workshops
  • Employer Spotlight and Hiring Events
  • Computer Lab
  • On the Job Training Options
  • Resume Assistance
  • Barrier Removal Services


America Works:

Overseeing the City and County of San Francisco's Specialized Access Point (SAP) for Reentry Employment, America Works uses a rapid attachment to employment model, and provides employment readiness training, and job placement. America Works' guiding principle is the belief that the best way to lift people out of poverty is to help them find a job. 


Interrupt, Predict, and Organize (IPO) Employment Programs:

Young Community Developers (YCD) and Arriba Juntos (AJ) manage the day-to-day operations or the IPO TAY/IPO Family Employment Programs.  IPO TAY focuses on at risk or in-risk transitional age youth 18-25 years-old that reside in high crime neighborhoods of the City.  IPO Family focuses on justice-involved adults ages 26-35.  The Adult Probation Department oversee the program, and collaborates closely with YCD, AJ, the Mayor's Office of Violence Prevention Services, the Human Services Agency (HSA), the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), as well as other City Departments and community-based organizations.  The program includes 12-month employment, education, behavioral health services, and barrier remediation services.