Jane Fa’alataina

Jane Fa’alataina

Jane Faalataina was recently promoted to a Program Manager role for the Rising Eastbay Alameda County Housing (REACH) program at Larkin Street Youth Services based in San Francisco in District 5. She has been with the agency for 6 years. The REACH program is a Rapid Re-housing that provides a comprehensive solution to homelessness by offering up to two years of transitional housing. REACH aims to pave the way for economic independence and stable housing. It is empowering youth to move beyond homelessness.

Furthermore, Jane is an activist and member of our community with the Sister Warrior Freedom Coalition and Justice4Banko Coalition. Her commitment to justice is to fight for the freedom of all young people!

“Homelessness is not a one-person issue, it’s all of our issue.”


Reentry Conference Event Page

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
HALL C | St. Mary's Cathedral - Event Center

JUST FREE: System Impacted Youth Surviving San Francisco

Krista DeNio
Associate Director of Arts and Education, Larkin Street Academy, Larkin Street Youth Services


Mayela Hidalgo
Youth artist and central storyteller
Cici Gaven
Youth artist and participant filmmaker
Gabriel Singer C.H.W.C.
Program Manager of HSRC/Outreach Larkin Street Youth Services
Jane Fa'alatina
Case Manager, Young Adult Court; film participant
Spencer Wilkinson
Recovery Advocate and Founder Pacific Alliance for Prevention and Recovery


Larkin Street Youth Service's Art Program in collaboration with Felton Institute and the Young Adult Court worked with Filmmaker Spencer Wilkinson and systems impacted young adults to co-create a documentary short. The film features young adults and adults, who share their personal journeys of navigating the criminal Justice System. The film addresses the many barriers young people are facing in San Francisco, as one of the most vulnerable populations in the city and includes events surrounding the murder of a young trans youth Banko Brown, which occurred during the project filming. The film screening will be followed by a Panel Discussion, moderated by Krista DeNio, Associate Director of Arts and Education, Larkin Street Youth Services and film producer.