HealthRIGHT 360 gives hope, builds health, and changes lives for people in need. We do this by providing compassionate, integrated care that includes primary medical, mental health, substance use disorder treatment and re-entry services.
Marin Shakespeare Company
With Shakespeare as our endless inspiration, our mission is to serve as a vibrant catalyst for cultural engagement, education, and social justice to benefit the people of Marin, the San Francisco Bay Area, and beyond.
Marin Shakespeare Company’s primary programs are our Mainstage summer season at Dominican University of California’s Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael; year-round classes for students of all ages; Shakespeare for Social Justice programs; and Shakespeare events throughout the year.
Civic Pit Stop Program
The Pit Stop program was designed to provide clean and safe public toilets, sinks, used needle receptacles and dog waste stations in areas impacted by homeless individuals. The program utilizes portable toilets, which are trucked to and from high traffic sites daily after overnight servicing, and/or semi-permanent self-cleaning toilet stations. Services can also be designed for monitoring and maintaining permanent public toilets. Pit Stop restroom units are staffed by paid monitors who ensure that the toilets are well maintained and used for their intended purpose. Not only do the people who need a bathroom benefit, but so do the city residents, business owners, and neighborhoods.
Prison Renaissance restores communities by using arts, media, and technology to connect incarcerated people to the communities that need them.
The Last Mile
The Last Mile (TLM) was created to provide programs that result in successful reentry and reduce recidivism. TLM believes that jobs are the key to breaking the cycle of incarceration. TLM’s mission is to provide marketable skills that lead to employment by providing career training in prison with mentorship and job placement upon release.
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children (LSPC) organizes communities impacted by the criminal justice system and advocates to release incarcerated people, to restore human and civil rights, and to reunify families and communities. LSPC’s strategies include legal support, trainings, advocacy, public education, grassroots mobilization, and developing community partnerships.
San Quentin News
San Quentin News is an inmate-run newspaper that reports on rehabilitative efforts to increase public safety and achieve social justice.
Project Rebound supports the formerly incarcerated on their journey through successful reintegration in a college setting. The program matriculates people into San Francisco State University directly from the criminal justice system.
Western Society of Criminology
The Western Society of Criminology is a regional professional society devoted to the scientific study of crime. The society attracts scholars, students, government officials, and practitioners from both the public and private sectors from around the world.
Root & Rebound
Root & Rebound works to ensure that people in reentry who desire a second chance have that opportunity for successful reintegration and are able to meet their goals of employment, housing, education, family reunification, and financial stability.
DrugRehab.com is a web resource that equips people and their families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.
Since 2014, Addiction Center has been an informational web guide for those who are struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders. Addiction Center is owned by Recovery Worldwide, a national informational marketing umbrella for several addiction recovery-related properties. Addiction Center works with nationally recognized treatment facilities to provide treatment counseling, rehab placement and insurance/financial consultations for those seeking help.
All content included on Addiction Center is created by our team of researchers and journalists. The topics are chosen based on informational interviews with recovering addicts and treatment professionals to provide the most valuable information for our audience. All of our articles are fact-based and sourced from relevant publications, government agencies and medical journals.