Jail-Based Rehabilitation Programs

A program of Walden House

Working with both the San Francisco County Sheriff's Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, HR360 has years of experience and a depth of expertise in custody-based rehabilitation programs, offering gender-responsive, evidence-based programs for substance use disorder treatment for both men and women.

Services and interventions delivered by HealthRIGHT 360 address criminal addictive thinking, relapse prevention, successful re-entry into society, stress reduction, anger management, domestic violence prevention, self esteem building, trauma counseling, written case management, reduced recidivism, and promotion of public safety in a correctional setting. The programs also emphasize the benefits and importance of continuing care after release from custody, and will work to link participants to treatment and supportive service programs in each county’s broad network of service providers in preparation for reentry.

Our men's program, Roads to Recovery, is currently only offered in San Francisco.

Our women's programs foster personal well-being, accountability, independence, life skills training, employability, and family and community cohesion. Sisters is offered in San Francisco jails. Gender-Responsive Rehabilitation Program (GRR) is currently offered at the Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF) in Lynwood California. 

Contact Information

Los Angeles (GRR): +1 (213) 741-3788
San Francisco (Sisters and Roads to Recovery): +1 (415) 575-4474