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Round 2 Grantees

Innovations In Reentry Round 2 (IIR2)

In July 2016, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services awarded $1,029,497 in funding for Round 2 of the Innovations In Reentry Grant Program.

The Funding Board, which consisted of reentry experts from local government agencies, community-based organizations, and community stakeholders, recommended seven projects implemented by twelve community-based organizations in the following funding categories:

  • Stakeholder Participation (6 month grant period) – Effective and implementable models or practices to ensure the “voice of stakeholders” is included in significant decisions impacting the design and effectiveness of programs serving reentry or formerly incarcerated individuals in the community.
  • Re-entry Workforce Development for Peer Services (18 month grant period) – Effective and adoptable plans for incorporating formerly incarcerated individuals into the workforce of agencies and programs providing services to the reentry population.
  • Medi-Cal Billing Readiness (6 month grant period) – Development and field testing of a standardized and effective assessment of organizations’ capacity and readiness to claim and retain funding through Short-Doyle claiming processes.

IIR2 Grantees




Asian Prisoner Support Committee

Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency


Reentry Workforce Development






California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions

Roots Community Health Center


Medi-Cal Billing Readiness






E C Reems Community Services

Conscious Voices


Reentry Workforce Development






Genesis Worship Center

Tricities Community Development


Reentry Workforce Development






Roots Community Health Center




Stakeholder Engagement








The Reset Foundation


Stakeholder Engagement




Oakland California Youth Outreach


Reentry Workforce Development