Reentry June 2018

Reenty Council

Welcome to the Reentry Council Website

While we are revamping the site, if you have any questions please contact Victoria Westbrook at reentry.council@sfgov.org.


2Victoria Westbrook

After being released from prison in 2016, Victoria worked with a community-based organization advancing employment opportunities for justice-involved individuals. In 2019, Victoria was hired by the San Francisco Adult Probation Department as the Women’s Gender Responsive Coordinator and in November 2020, she took over the responsibility of the City and County of San Francisco Reentry Council.

Visit the CASC Reentry Center's Website: reentrysf.org

Check Out the Reentry Council 2022 Calendar PDF icon Reentry Council 2022 Calendar

Getting Out and Staying Out Resource Website sf-goso.org

Getting Out and Staying Out PDF PDF icon GOSO_18.19 Edition_Final 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m excited to announce an amazing opportunity for formerly incarcerated individuals.  The City & County of San Francisco’s Reentry Council currently has four open seats, which are appointed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. If you are formerly incarcerated, interested in learning more about these opportunities or becoming a formal member of the Reentry Council, please see below.

Reentry Council Vacancies:  Applications Due by 9/7/2022 at 5pm

Seat 1:

  • Must be formerly incarcerated in the San Francisco County Jail, a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facility, and/or a United States Federal Bureau of Prisons facility; and also self-identify as a survivor of violence or crime.

Seat 2: 

  • Must be formerly incarcerated in the San Francisco County Jail, a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facility, and/or a United States Federal Bureau of Prisons facility; and also have expertise in providing services to individuals exiting the criminal justice system.

Seat 3:

  • Must be formerly incarcerated in the San Francisco County Jail, a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facility, and/or a United States Federal Bureau of Prisons facility; and also have been released from custody within two years of his/her appointment.

Seat 4:

  • Must be formerly incarcerated in the San Francisco County Jail, a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facility, and/or a United States Federal Bureau of Prisons facility; and also have served multiple terms of incarceration.

Application Process: