Using a trauma-informed approach, juvenile justice systems can improve outcomes for justice-involved youth.
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Collaboration for Change (NCMHJJ) (Delmar, NY)
This brief covers the FEDI effort in Texas to divert youth with suspected mental health needs away from juvenile justice processing.
A collection of infographics present the activity of the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) over Fiscal Year 2013.
This website provides an overview of screening and an excellent guide describing a four phases, ten-step process.
This web-based guide explains why family-centered protocols and interventions are essential if rehabilitation and behavioral change are the goals.
This overview looks at juvenile diversion and includes 16 steps for implementing a successful diversion program.
This is a resource which was featured on the previous Collaborative for Change website. The Collaborative for Change website has been retired but we have housed this resource as a PDF document. The document will remain as is and is no longer being updated as of September 2016.
Preventing Suicide Among Justice-Involved Youth: Newly Developed Tools, Recommendations, and Research
<p>This webinar will summarize the work of the Juvenile Justice Task Force and include in-depth discussion of the research findings and recommendations.</p>