Focus is given to those who are insecurely housed or unhoused, the formerly incarcerated, those with substance use and unaddressed mental health disorders. Taking a harm-reduction approach, Felton services include case management, assessments and wellness intervention.
Division Location(s) / Service Area
Felton Institute’s Justice Services programs are principally located at 1663 Mission Street, Suite 250 in San Francisco, with some programs operating in Alameda County.
For general inquiries regarding Felton Institute’s Justice Services Programs, please contact:
Curtis Penn, MPA
Division Director, Justice Services
p: (415) 474-7310 ext. 777 I f: (415) 931-0972 I e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: 1005 Atlantic Ave, Alameda CA 94501
SAN FRANCISCO Justice Services Programs
Felton Engagement Specialist Team (FEST)
FEST focuses on unhoused or insecurely housed populations, providing rapid response, street outreach, community engagement, service linkage and relationship-building assistance to San Franciscans in the Justin Herman Plaza, Castro, Showplace Square, Mission, and Civic Center neighborhoods.
Felton Street Case Management Team (FSCM)
Multi-agency collaborative partnership program designed to divert repeat, low-level adult offenders at their earliest contact with law enforcement. FSCM services are an alternative to jail and prosecution for those experiencing mental health, substance use and co-occurring disorders.
Supporting Treatment and Reducing Recidivism (STARR)
Low threshold case management for individuals who are charged, arrested or incarcerated for an offense.
Young Adult Court
Collaborative Court diversion partnership for transitional age youth with trauma-informed case management for clients facing misdemeanor crimes who wish to have their records expunged in exchange for successful participation and graduation from the program.
East Bay / ALAMEDA COUNTY Justice Services Programs
Mission to Motivate (M2M)
Based in Alameda County, the M2M Program provides services to clients involved in the criminal justice system with mild to moderate mental health conditions.
Reentry Engagement Program (REP)
In collaboration with Alameda Country Behavioral Health, Felton’s Reentry Engagement Program (REP) serves justice-impacted individuals with severe mental health challenges through employment, health services, and community connection.
Success: Movement from Incarceration (SMI)
Specialized team of clinicians and support staff that work with clients for 18 months, serving individuals who comes out of Santa Rita jail primarily and returning residents across all of Alameda County who are experiencing severe and persistent behavioral health challenges.