Reentry Engagement Program (REP)

The Reentry Engagement Program (REP) partners with justice-involved individuals who are experiencing severe mental health challenges to support their transition from incarceration to their community and towards their personal goals. 

The Reentry Engagement Program (REP) is a community-based, intensive case management and mental health program that is grounded in social and restorative justice. The program is based on the priorities and interests identified by its clients, both in custody at Santa Rita Jail, and recently released into the community.

The REP team is a diverse group of clinicians and peers working with transitional aged youth (TAY) and adults who are experiencing severe mental health challenges and other significant difficulties, such as homelessness, substance abuse, and physical illnesses. The team strives to respond to client’s needs and honor where they are in their recovery journey.

REP partners with clients in navigating services, systems, and their recovery journey to promote wellness and reduce contact with the legal system and emergency services. 

Our Services Include:

  • Therapy 
  • Peer Support 
  • Crisis Intervention 
  • Skill Development Coaching 
  • Case Management and Linkage 
  • Advocacy 
  • Wellness Groups and Events 
  • Mental Health Education 

The Reentry Engagement Program (REP) serves transitional aged youth (TAY) and adults experiencing moderate to severe mental health symptoms who were recently released from Santa Rita Jail (SRJ) within the past year or are incarcerated in SRJ with an expected release within 90 days.

  • Alameda County resident
  • Eligible for Medi-Cal or Health PAC
  • Individuals experiencing moderate to severe mental health symptoms
  • Individuals released from Santa Rita Jail (SRJ) within the past year or have an expected release from SRJ within 90 days of intake

Seeking Services or Making a Referral?

Alameda County Behavioral Health (ACBH) Forensic Services coordinates referrals within Santa Rita Jail (SRJ).

For self-referral inquiries, you can either drop into our Hayward office in person or reach out to REP Program Director Chloe Fulton via email at or work cell by calling 510-957-7587.



Service Area: Alameda County
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm
(Evenings and Weekend by Appointment)

Crisis Services are available to REP participants 24/7.

Hayward Office
Office Phone: (415) 474-7310 Ext. 2731
Fax Number: (510) 257-1821
Address: 24301 Southland Dr, Suite 600, Hayward, CA 94545
Parking Note: Onsite Parking is Available

For more information, please contact:

Chloe Fulton, ASW
Program Director, Reentry Engagement Program (REP)
(Work) Cell: (510) 957-7587

Partnerships: REP is funded by Alameda County Behavioral Health (ACBH).