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Winter 2004 issue of In-Sites magazine, published by the Community Capacity Development Office (formerly Weed & Seed Office), Office Justice Programs (OJP)CCDO Home pageHomeLetter From the DirectorOJP SealLetter From the U.S. AttorneyPhotos representing weeding and seeding efforts: two police officers smiling at the camera, three individuals painting over graffiti on a wall, woman holding a potted plant. About In-SitesFind Past IssuesSubmit Stories Subscribe Prevention, Intervention, Treatment - In This Section banner

Involving Faith-Based and Community Organizations
Faith-based and community organizations can help change people’s lives and motivate them to rise to new levels of caring for their neighbors. more

When Spring Break Is More Than a Break
For one week in April, during the public schools’ spring break, a Weed and Seed camp was the place where everyone played basketball, everyone read books, and everyone had a good time. more

School Program Helps Kids Stay Out of Prison
Nancy Jahns reasoned that if cognitive behavioral programming used in prisons was reducing recidivism, a similar curriculum for schools could reduce truancy and other problems and ultimately help prevent youth from entering the corrections system. more

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Involving Faith-Based and Community Organizations



When Spring Break Is More Than a Break



School Program Helps Kids Stay Out of Prison



Resources