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NCJ Number: 119033 Find in a Library
Title: Juvenile Justice Community Resources II
Corporate Author: California Dept of the Youth Authority
Prevention and Community Corrections Branch
United States of America
Date Published: 1987
Page Count: 38
Sponsoring Agency: California Dept of the Youth Authority
Sacramento, CA 95823
California Office of Criminal Justice Planning
Sacramento, CA 95814
California Youth and Adult Correctional Agency
Sacramento, CA 95814
Clorox Co Foundation
Oakland, CA 94623
National Institute of Corrections
Washington, DC 20534
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Rockville, MD 20849
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California Dept of the Youth Authority
Prevention and Community Corrections Branch
4241 Williamsbourgh Drive
Sacramento, CA 95823
United States of America
Document: PDF
Type: Program Description (Model)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: California's Department of the Youth Authority convened this workshop to increase awareness of the need for planning and developing programs that mobilize broad-based community resources to serve high-risk youth at the county level.
Abstract: The workshop began by addressing the emotional, material assistance, special education, and job training needs of youth. The focus then turned to the legal basis for establishing juvenile justice community resource programs. Presentations were made on four program models in Los Angeles, Ventura, Humboldt, and Alameda counties. Subsequent workshop sessions dealt with the effectiveness of a public-private partnership in community resource programming, board development, fund raising, referral and assessment, and service providers. County teams met during the course of the workshop to develop action plans for program development in their communities. The resulting plans for Fresno, Orange, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Solano counties are outlined. Appendixes contain supplemental information on workshop participants and agenda items.
Main Term(s): Juvenile program coordination
Index Term(s): California; Community resources
Note: Transfer of Knowledge Workshop
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