How States Can Reduce Structural Barriers to School and Work for People with Juvenile Records
A first-of-its-kind analysis from the CSG Justice Center examines education- and employment-related barriers in 12 states that affect people following their involvement with the juvenile justice system.
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This workshop will discuss how to integrate housing solutions into the reentry process.
This workshop will focus on jail and prison policies that support strengthening relationships between incarcerated parents and their…
Join us for a discussion exploring education- and employment-related collateral consequences for youth and what concrete steps state…