Five Keys’ TAY Resiliency program provides a mix of individualized care management and small group instruction for 18 to 24 year olds who are in custody of the San Francisco County Jails in order to increase their resiliency as they prepare for safe and self-determined futures upon reentry. The program also coordinates collaborations with grassroots neighborhood organizations with whom TAY relate culturally in order to build relationships and coordinate seamless services that can continue post release. Programming will be meaningful and relatable to TAY, drawing upon life circumstances, relationships and conditions of their families, neighborhoods and communities. Through coordination with the Sheriff's Department, the TAY who are enrolled in the program will have access to high school and college bridging, cognitive behavioral therapy, life skills training, violence prevention, and substance use treatment.
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Case Management; Transition Planning; Family Engagement; Reentry Support; Substance Use Support.
70 Oak Grove is not wheelchair accessible.
All individuals 18 and older, 16 and above at 1601 Lane St location.