Announcements and Upcoming Events

Housing and Transportation Summit-Save the Date!

The SDRR is proud to announce our first SDRR Housing and Transportation Summit, scheduled for Tuesday, May 4th 11:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.  During this summit, we will have presenters share information on laws and regulations affecting housing and the reentry community, and equity and transportation for those we serve.
The Summit will be hosted via the Remo platform. Here is the link to join the event on the day of the event:
There are system requirements every user must meet. Going through the guide and watching it on YouTube will be helpful in advance of the meeting.

The United States Department of Justice has designated April 26th through the 30th as reentry week. The purpose is to bring awareness and overcome barriers to individuals returning to their communities from detention and incarceration.  A series of workshops and events will take place on that week.  To find out more, click here.

President Biden has issues a proclamation, recognizing the importance of reentry work.  Click here to view it.

Each day of reentry week will have a different area of focus, with the National Reentry Resource Center hosting workshops and webinars focused on these topics:
April 26:  Employment and Education
April 27: Behavioral Health and Housing
April 28: Youth and Families
April 29: Making Reentry Work
April 30: Evaluation

For additional information on reentry week, click here to visit the National Reentry Resource Center website.

Lastly, NRRC has shared actions that community service providers may take during reentry week to support services and service recipients.  To learn more, click here to view the document.

Urban Scholars
A language guide was created by the Urban Scholars of the University of California Education system with a focus on considerate and respectful language when discussing the formerly incarcerated community: Click here to access this information!

My Reentry Roadmap

Officers from the Reentry Support Unit and the Community Transition Center within the Collaborative Reentry Services Division teamed up to create the 34-page “My Reentry Roadmap” resource based on a 2012 Reentry Guide designed by the District Attorney’s office. The guide was modernized, updated, and modified to make it relevant and user friendly. It includes current resources and information related to 2-1-1, housing, obtaining identification(s), employment, and receiving mail, to name a few. Most of the information applies to all populations, even those not releasing to community supervision. The guide also includes planning worksheets to assist clients with successful reentry and accessing community-based resources. It is designed so each resource can be a standalone document/handout.
Please click here to access the document.


AB717 will require the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to provide a California Identification Card to every person released from prison.  The San Diego Reentry Roundtable is closely monitoring this endeavor to support our reentry population.
Click here for more information.  In addition, you may click here for a more robust description of the AB717.

Employer Virtual Training

Save the date!  The next employer virtual training is scheduled for June 23rd.  Additional information will be forthcoming.

This training will provide a comprehensive understanding of how to handle current and prospective employees who are or become involved in the criminal justice system.

Here are a few of the following Topics we will cover:
Experience from current Employers
Federal Bonding
Work Opportunity Tax Credits
Pre-Qualified Candidates
Free Human Resources Services
On the Job Training
Expanded Subsidized Employment

Who Should Attend?
Business owners
Corporate leaders
Human Resource and Hiring Managers