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Have you or someone you care for recently gotten out of jail in SF? Are you looking for EDUCATION or EMPLOYMENT-related resources & services in the city?
Check out these resources below!

Do you want help getting linked to education, training, and employment opportunities? 

  • Glide:
    • 330 Ellis Street
    • 415-674-6000point 1 banner
  • Hospitality House: Employment Program
    • 181 6th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
    • (415) 369-3050
    • Has kept its doors open to all throughout the COVID-19 crisis
      • Offers options for gainful employment and increased stability by helping community residents remove barriers to employment, secure living wage jobs, and pursue career options.
  • America Works of California:
    • 564 6th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
    • (415) 552-9675
      • Specifically works with individuals involved with the criminal legal system. Their goal is to get people back on their feet and working full-time as quickly as possible.
  • Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA):
    • 2301 Mission St., Suite 301, San Francisco, CA 94110
    • (415) 282–3334
      • Provides various services including a workforce development program to help San Francisco’s low- and moderate-income job seekers obtain and retain living-wage and long-term employment. Since 1973, they’ve been dedicated to the Mission community, and beyond, two-thirds of their clients being immigrants.
  • Mission Hiring Hall:
    • 1048 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103,
    • (415) 865-2105 
      • Provides jobseekers with employment counseling, educational and vocational training, and support service referrals, as well as job readiness training.
  • Five Keys Schools:
    • 70 Oak Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
    • (415) 734-3310 
      • Provides high quality education to inmates in the San Francisco jails by administering intensive, one-month semesters, year-round.
  • Code Tenderloin:
    • 55 Taylor St, San Francisco, CA, 94102
    • (510) 240-2735
      • Removes barriers that keep people from securing long term employment, such as: finances, legal, soft skills, childcare, transportation, and education. 


Connected with Behavioral Health Services and looking for work? Or, are you connected to services at the CASC?

  • Check in with your case manager about these Training programs through Department of Public Health (DPH).


For an additional list of neighborhood and specialized workforce development centers throughout San Francisco SF Job Centers  



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