Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $116,930)
This project expects to identify the core competencies for juvenile justice administration, translate those competencies into management-based courses into distance learning format, and otherwise design a professional certification program that will enhance the status of those seeking certification. It is expected that with
enhanced knowledge and skills, juvenile justice administrators will be more effective in their service delivery systems which, in the end result, will make these organizations not only more efficient and effective, but better able to develop appropriate programs for youths and their families who reach the juvenile court.
- Saratoga County Family Treatment Court Implementation
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of America: Partnering with Youth and Families to Strengthen Underserved Communities Through Expanded Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring
- Honoring Native Children through Strengthening Child Protection: Native Child Advocacy Studies (NCAST)