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Programs & Services

What We Do

It's Never Too Late to Change

We offer a wide range of programs and services to meet the needs of those affected by the criminal justice system. In addition to our prison rehabilitation programs, we direct individuals to employers that hire ex-offenders. We offer juvenile services, a recovery house, alcohol counseling and drug counseling. 


Timelist is comprised of people with the highest integrity. Timelist draws on lived experience, lessons learned through hardship and tempered in the furnace of time. Timelist embodies honesty, responsibility, and self-sacrifice. I endorse Timelist without reservation to anyone who aspires to be better than their past. - Aaron Lowers

The Timelist Group has been and still is a life saver for me personally all of the men that I have met through this beautiful organization has Ben a true Blessing their motivation and genuine attitude coveys how much they care and want to see individuals succeed. (1love to all my Conrads) - Taylor LaVel

I am a believer! I am grateful and thankful that someone out there is trying to promote a safe haven and program that reduce Recidivism. We all need a Second Chance at some time in our lives! - Patricia Calloway

Wonderful group serving people impacted by our criminal injustice system. Keep up the amazing work! - Sonja Tonnesen

Drug & Alcohol Counseling
Drug & Alcohol Counseling

Al Johnson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor

Making the transition from incarceration to free society has its challenges. We are here to serve a population that many have either discarded or consider a burden to the community. We aim to defy those odds by preparing individuals to reenter the workforce with a renewed and goal oriented focus.

Service Areas

  •  Jail/Prison In-Reach

This is how we serve most of our clients. We have served over 700+ inmates inside the Correctional Department. We encourage agencies and other providers to reach out to us for programs and/or technical support

  • CDCR BPH Support

We have a large population of members serving life in prison. We have specialized in preparing individuals for Parole Hearings, one of the particular programs that help inmates prepare for BPH is called 'Mind Your Business (MYB). Timelist plays a key role in helping individuals learn the true meaning of personal responsibility, insight, remorse and the ripple effect on victims and their families. They make up a large percentage of our leadership for our inmate led programs inside CDCR. We often write support letters for them and receive request to be enrolled into our Pathway4Home housing program

  • Self-Help Rehabilitation - Workshop Series

Are workshop series cover areas ranging from domestic violence courses to gang intervention and prevention (Read More)

  • Support for Women in Reentry

We hope to invest into more women based services in the coming years. Currently we can provide similar programs already available at our men’s institutions

  • Men Reentry Housing

Pathway4Home is the name of our housing program currently in Los Angeles. Housing is currently available for those on state parole

  • Youth Leadership Academy

We have a youth project that focuses on mentoring, recreation and leadership development. We plan to keep a strong program that will be more active during school breaks as well as for after school programming

Valley State Prison

At one of the Timelist Group graduation ceremonies inside CDCR.

Re-entry Services

In order to benefit from Timelist Group reentry services, it is required that all participants enroll as members into the Pathway to Leadership program. The Pathway to Leadership program is designed to empower men and women who have been impacted by the criminal justice system and a model for those assisting them. The goal is to assist individuals against barriers to education, housing, employment, careers and entrepreneurship which will provide the necessary tools and support to navigate society and ensure a successful reintegration back into the community.

The Pathway to Leadership program is an ongoing academy that includes: 

  • Computer Literacy
  • The Basics of Using Technology (i.e. Cell Phones etc.)
  • Resume Building
  • Financial Management 
  • Relationship Building
  • Other Life Skills and Rehabilitation Curriculum (as needed)

Other Direct Services

  • Tutoring Support
  • Mentoring 
  • Support Group
  • Case Management

Supportive Services


  • Obtaining ID or Drivers License
  • Obtaining Social Security Card
  • With Cal-Fresh, EBT (food stamps) assistance
  • With Medi-Cal enrollment
  • With Housing
  • With Transportation support


Enrollment Sites

  • 8525 S. Broadway  Los Angeles, CA 90003 | Tel: (323) 629-5996 call to schedule an appointment
  • Housing location: Crenshaw/Leimert Park , Los Angeles | Tel: (323) 389.8664
  • SF/Bay Area (Coming Soon!)

  • Peacemakers' Alliance is a strong partner of the Timelist Group program. Inside the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation we are joining the mission to bring hope and opportunity to those serving their sentence. We do this by offering a range of educational and rehabilitation programs that motivates the desire for transformation.


If you think that all or one of our courses may be a good fit for your organization, agency or institution, contact us via email or send us a letter:


2010 West Avenue K #135

Lancaster, CA 93536