Empowering returning citizens and making an impact on recidivism. 


Housing, job DEVELOPMENT, legal aid, insurance and more!

Upcoming Events


General Body Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th 10:00 am - 11:30am

Goodwill Worksource Center at 342 North San Fernando Rd


How Can We Help?


Returning Citizens


Community Based Organizations


Law Enforcement & Judicial



Our Alliance is Strong.

Supporting the men and women returning home from incarceration.

Our Vision

To aid in the economic independence of our re-entry community through the provision of educational programming; job placement; mentoring; legal assistance; housing; and other services.


R.E.S.T. Committee 

Re-entry Success Team is a group of people who have successfully re-entered society.  With jobs, education, sobriety, family.  This group speaks at several functions where they can share their success on how they made their transformation.   The REST committee is always open to speaking opportunities.  Please contact Steve Rogers by clicking below.



Re-Entry Backpacks

CAP created re-entry back pack for all students who attend CAP's Thursday Night Peer Group for the first time after release.



The CAP Alliance Resource Fair

Last years event gave over 70 suits away! Click below to see our flyer at the bottom of the page for our upcoming Resource Fair!



Re-Entry Breakfast Committee

Organizes the Re-Entry Breakfast, in collaboration with the California Policy & Research Initiative (CALPRI), that occurs every two months in Los Angeles County to educate, inform, and collaborate around re-entry progress

CAP Thursday Night Peer Group

CAP created the Thursday Night Peer Group for students needing reentry resources such as education, housing, job development, drug treatment, expungment, medical, family reunification.



Our Gallery

The CAP Alliance is comprised of organizations that target re-entry efforts that specifically make a difference in recidivism.