The Jericho Project was established in 1995 as a state licensed, structured, residential twelve-month program for recovery from substance abuse and criminal behavior. The primary objective is recovery through development of program members' minds, bodies and spirits.
The program's facilities also reflect its overall objective. They include the Community Center, the Main house and several residences. The community Center has classrooms, offices, and extensive gym and exercise areas, and meetings for members and staff. It is central to the program's structure, training and activities. The Main house contains several offices, staff and clients' quarters. In addition, Jericho's clients live in seven other houses within Daly City.