The Alameda County, California, District Attorney is operating a pay-for-success justice restoration project with a partnership of county agencies, community partners, and non-government resource provider organizations. At full enrollment, the Alameda County Justice Restoration Project (ACJRP) will provide services including individualized coaching and intensive case management to young adults ages 18 to 34 with a prior conviction for a low-level felony, and who are on felony probation or who have been charged another low-level felony crime. If by the end of the project, re-arrest rates for the ACJRP participant group are lower than for . . .