New programs for youth committed to San Francisco Juvenile Hall

The Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (DCYF) and the Juvenile Probation Department are pleased to announce 10 grant awards for new programming for young people serving a commitment term in San Francisco's Juvenile Hall. These new programs are part of San Francisco’s DJJ Realignment Plan to support the needs of young people who were previously eligible for Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) commitments.
December 13, 2022


  • Border Youth Tennis Exchange: Sport for Healing & Trauma-informed Development
  • Five Keys Schools and Programs: Higher Education Tutoring and Navigation
  • Five Keys Schools and Programs: Victim Offender Education Group (VOEG)
  • Occupational Therapy Training Program: Life Skills
  • Sharp Circle, Inc. Life Ownership Plan Program
  • Success Centers: This Way Out-Job Skills Training
  • Success Centers: This Way Out-Wraparound Supports
  • Success Stories: Success Stories Program
  • Sunset Youth Services: Parenting Program
  • Sunset Youth Services: Vocational Support Program