Tay Men’s Reentry & Women Rising Mission – Community Works, the organization behind Tay Men’s Reentry & Women’s Rising, seeks to catalyze our collective power to transform justice through programs and policy rooted in humanity and healing. The organization’s long-term goal is to radically reduce the number of individuals entering and re-entering the juvenile and criminal justice systems and to lessen the impact of incarceration on communities, particularly communities of color that have been disproportionately devastated by mass incarceration.
More information on services provided:
- PREP SF Sheriff Department’s Post-Release Education Program
- Health and wellness
- The Women’s Resource Center (including theater arts program)
- Leadership development program called Project WHAT that works with 12- to 18-year-old youths.
Who they help – Young men and women in Alameda and San Francisco Counties, ages 18-25, who are at risk of incarceration or in the process of reentry into everyday life.