The symposium, hosted by the Mississippi Division of Public Safety Planning-Programs and the Mississippi Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee, will provide a venue where participants from varying disciplines can receive appropriate resources to help prevent juvenile delinquency by educating the professionals who serve throughout the state of Mississippi and the nation.
The initiative will fund sites to develop a data-driven, coordinated response to identify and address challenges resulting from opioid addiction that impact youth and community safety.
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice will host a youth summit that brings together young people from across the country who are interested in juvenile justice reform and aims to cultivate and empower the next generation of leaders by providing them with the tools they need to leverage their lived expertise.
This year’s conference is designed to bring together leadership and direct care professionals from juvenile services and other human services professionals for training and the opportunity to network.
The grant provides funding aimed at increasing economic opportunities for women and girls through workforce and vocational skill development, financial literacy education, and entrepreneurship.
The program provides funding to support research designed to build, test, and increase understanding of approaches to reducing inequality in youth outcomes on the basis of race, ethnicity, economic standing, or immigrant origin status.
This part-time program is designed to equip education professionals with the tools and skills needed to lead district and school-wide initiatives to implement equitable and effective alternatives to exclusionary school discipline practices.
As part of the American Probation and Parole Association’s 43rd Annual Training Institute, the CSG Justice Center will partner with other leading organizations to host a symposium on the future of juvenile community supervision.
This initiative supports research to test the effectiveness of combined strategies to both detect and intervene to reduce the risk of suicide behavior, suicide ideation, and non-suicidal self-harm among youth involved the justice system.
A School Responder Model is a behavioral health response to school infractions that provides an alternative to exclusionary school discipline and justice system referral by addressing the root causes of behavior through community-based supervision.