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Gender-specific somatic interventions can be transformative for system-involved girls who have experienced trauma.
Serious juvenile delinquency is a significant and costly problem in the society.
For the past eight years, photographer Richard Ross has been documenting juvenile detention centers across the country.
This groundbreaking study provides data for the first time revealing that adults surveyed view Black girls as less innocent and more adult-like tha
This report highlights the data on girls in the juvenile justice system and the trauma that often leads them there, examines the effect the juvenil
This brief describes the principles of gender-responsive programs, summarizes the literature, and presents highlights of MDRC’s implementation stud
This report describes the implementation of PACE at the 14 centers that are participating in the evaluation.
The toolkit provides effective culturally responsive practices for prevention programs supporting Latina youth who are at risk of placement in juve
For girls, as with boys, the failure to receive a high school diploma often places individuals on a pathway to low-wage work, unemployment, and inc
This brief describes an ongoing evaluation of PACE that will help policymakers and practitioners understand and strengthen the program’s effects fo
The goal of this exploratory research was to hear from girls from the First Coast (Duval, Clay, Nassau, Baker, and St.
Project Kealahou (PK) is a six-year, federally-funded program aimed at improving services and outcomes for Hawai‘i's female youth who are at risk f
Together, the Prison Law Office and Stanislaus County developed the Girls Juvenile Justice Initiative (GJJI) in order to address the county’s lack