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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. 

Drug & Alcohol Counseling
Drug & Alcohol Counseling

Al Johnson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor

Please join us on Mondays, open to outside agencies and reentry community.

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.

Direct Services

  •  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. 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 Violence Prevention & 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.



Substance Abuse Program (Drugs & Alcohol)

Conflict Resolution (Anger Management Course)

Chivalry - Development of Manhood

Parenting Course (M.O.P.E.)

S.A.F.E. (Staying Out of Prison-Addressing Addiction-Family in Crisis-Earning a Legit Livelihood

S.P.M.D. (Street and Prison Mindset Detoxification)

D.V.P. (Domestic Violence Prevention)

G.R.P. (Gang Rehabilitation and Prevention)

S.T.O.P. (Straight Talk On Point)

S.G.R. (Nine Steps to Street Gang Recovery)

S.E.R.I.O.U.S. (Severing Dangerous Ties-Erasing Bad Conduct-Removing Harm-Identifying Self-Organizing-Utilizing Ones Times-Searching for Truth

One on One Mentoring


Tutoring in Math, English and Science

G.E.D. Preparation (Tutor support)

Online Learning

Life Skills

R.D.I.P. (Resume Development and Interview Preparation)

Skills Development 

Soft Skills

Basic Computer Literacy

Landscaping & Gardening

Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development

Cisco Networking Academy

  • 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.

Schedule a Meeting

8525 S. Broadway  Los Angeles, CA 90003

(323) 629-5996


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