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2013
Document 028271
Juvenile Diversion Strategies and Models
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Collaboration for Change (NCMHJJ) (Delmar, NY).
"Large numbers of youth come in contact with the juvenile justice system each year. Many of these youth become involved with the juvenile justice system for relatively minor and nonviolent offenses. Often, a lack of appropriate community-based treatments and services to address youth’s specific [behavioral health] needs plays a role in their admission to juvenile justice programs. As a result, many youth become unnecessarily enmeshed in the juvenile justice system. Many states and localities are... Read More
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