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Community Organizations

The Triangle Lab works with a range of organizations to create mutually beneficial collaborations. Working with these organizations, we reach low-income communities of color, youth in afterschool, community, and non-traditional school settings, homeless, veterans, seniors, and incarcerated youth and adults.

Eastside Arts Alliance

The EastSide Arts Alliance (ESAA) is an organization of artists, cultural workers, and community organizers of color who live and/or work in the San Antonio district of Oakland, committed to working in the San Antonio and other Oakland neighborhoods to support a creative environment that improves the quality of life for our communities and advocates for progressive, systemic social change.

Causa Justa: Just Cause

We are Causa Justa :: Just Cause (CJJC), a multi-racial, grassroots organization building community leadership to achieve justice for low-income San Francisco and Oakland residents.

EE.Cleveland Manor

Developed by the Center of Hope Community Church and managed by American Baptist Homes of the West (ABHOW), EE Cleveland Manor is a 53-unit property designed to meet the needs of seniors in need of affordable housing in the community.

Berkeley Food and Housing Project

To ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our community, Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families.


Civicorps helps the East Bay’s highest risk young adults, age 18-26, embark on family sustaining careers by offering the tools and opportunities to earn a high-school diploma, gain high-demand job skills, and continue onto college and/or career technical education.

DISH (Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing)

DISH believes that everyone deserves a home. Every day, we provide high-quality, permanent housing to San Franciscans who suffer from serious health issues—because with our help, they can get off the streets, rebuild their lives, and strengthen our communities.

Youth Uprising

Located in the heart of East Oakland, YU is a neighborhood hub offering young people services and programs to increase the physical and mental wellbeing, community connection, educational attainment, and career achievement among youth members.

Youth Speaks

Youth Speaks creates safe spaces to empower the next generation of leaders, self-defined artists, and visionary activists through written and oral literacies. We challenge youth to find, develop, publicly present, and apply their voices as creators of social change.

RAW Talent

RAW Talent provides a safe space for creative expression and self-exploration that will increase young peoples’ self-esteem, their identities as artists, their connection to their histories, and their belief in the power of their own voices to transform themselves and their communities.

Pathways 2 Resilience

Pathways 2 Resilience provides a holistic reentry pathway that supports reentering individuals from incarceration, offering training and interpersonal and work related skills, leading to successful reintegration into their community. By immersing participants in the principles of permaculture in a highly structured and culturally-relevant program, graduates see their place on the planet and in society, ultimately forging new, more positive connections and viable alternatives for themselves and their families.

Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center

Alameda County Juvenile Hall is a 24-hour secure detention facility capable of housing 358 minors. Located on county property in San Leandro, CA, the facility is staffed by Juvenile Institutional Officers who supervise the minors and are responsible for their care, custody and control. Juvenile Hall is a temporary holding facility for minors awaiting court and is operated in accordance with the regulations set forth in the California Minimum Standards for Juvenile Facilities, Title 15. Services include but are not limited to academic programming, medical and behavioral health care, organized recreation, religious and volunteer services and programming facilitated by a compliment of community-based organizations.


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