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Starting a Juvenile Drug Court

A comprehensive guide to starting a juvenile drug court.


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Mentoring in Juvenile Treatment Drug Courts: Mapping Best Practices onto Mentor Programs in Juvenile Justice

This is a fact sheet about mentoring in juvenile drug courts and how it can benefit participants.


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Family Comes First Executive Summary

A study of family involvement in juvenile drug courts and recommendations on creating stronger cooperation between courts and families.


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Adolescent-Based Treatment Interventions and Assessment Instruments

This is a comprehensive guide to various intervention strategies and assessment tools for youth involved in juvenile drug courts. 


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Tips on Youth Trauma for Juvenile Defenders

“As a defender, it is important to consider how trauma and mental illness may have played a role in the behaviors that led a young person to become your client. Below are five points to guide your advocacy.” Read more


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Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism

This study was funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and authored by the Center for Criminal Justice Research at theUniversity of Cincinnati. Four research questions are examined in this document: (1) Are the mento… Continue Reading Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism


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7 Things Juvenile Courts Should Know About Learning Disabilities

This is a guide to help juvenile courts better understand the link between learning disabilities and delinquency, working with these populations, and the challenges that juvenile courts face as they deal with these problems.  


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