San Francisco: Organizations and Programs

For details on volunteer opportunities, see links to Volunteers Needed.


Organization Description Go to Their Web Page
California Lawyers for the Arts – Arts in Corrections Advocacy California Lawyers for the Arts empowers the creative community by providing education, representation and dispute resolution. Offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, CA. Web Address
Community Works Our programs help clients and their families access the inner power to work and live to their full potential. We use our insights on lasting change to keep people out of prison, advocate for a more humane justice system, and support healthy communities for all of us.​ ​It is often our client alumni themselves who step into the role of advocating for policy change, taking their healing and empowerment to the next level.​ ​We call this translational justice. Offices in Oakland and San Francisco, CA. Web Address
Crystal Meth Anonymous Crystal Meth Anonymous is a non-profit 12-step fellowship for those in recovery from addiction to crystal meth. There are no dues or fees for membership. Membership in CMA is open to anyone with a desire to stop using drugs. San Francisco, CA. Web Address
Grace Cathedral’s Jail Ministry A cooperative venture that draws volunteers from several Episcopal churches and beyond. We help the women and men in the San Francisco County jail system connect with God and themselves, their families and loved ones, and with each other. It is a ministry of presence, hospitality and respect. All volunteers serve once or twice a month in a jail. San Francisco, CA. Volunteers Needed Web Address
San Francisco Sheriff’s Department Frequently Asked Questions Includes information on bail, mail, care packages, fund deposits, visits, etc. Web Address

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