Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice / Cameo House
424 Guerrero Street
Cameo House is a supportive transitional housing program for 11 single homeless mothers recently released from state prison or county jail. At Cameo House, each woman has her own living space to allow her to reunify with up to 2 children. Clients participate in individual and group therapy, counseling, and employment preparation. Clients and their children remain in the program until they are ready to complete their transition to independent living, for six months or up to two years.