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Title: Our Youth, Maryland's Future: Three Year Plan FY 1995- FY 1997
Corporate Author: Maryland Dept of Juvenile Services
United States of America
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 120
Sponsoring Agency: Maryland Dept of Juvenile Services
Baltimore, MD 21220
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Document: PDF
Type: State Plan
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report describes how Maryland's Department of Juvenile Services plans to provide services for juvenile delinquents, children in need of supervision, and pre- delinquents during FY 1995-97.
Abstract: During the past several years the Department has evolved from a custodial care system into a continuum of care system which emphasizes a broad range of treatment services and programming. The Department is currently focusing on filling in service gaps to provide more intensive, individual, community-based programs for complex youth. These programs provide outreach, advocacy, counseling, and case management services to both the youth and their families. Plans for the next 3 years include expanding and refining programs for females, developing a Juvenile Justice Center in Baltimore, establishing a system to obtain parental financial support, enhancing operations through total quality management, implementing day treatment programs, and developing and expanding community education programs. Figures and map
Main Term(s): Juvenile correctional planning
Index Term(s): Criminology; Juvenile correctional programs; State juvenile justice systems
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