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OJJDP Blog Discusses Model Programs Guide Milestone


In a new blog post, OJJDP Acting Administrator Eileen M. Garry discusses OJJDP's Model Programs Guide, which recently profiled its 300th program. The Model Programs Guide is an online database of evidence-based juvenile justice programs for practitioners and communities. The 300th program profiled on the Model Programs Guide provides a gender-responsive intervention in two group homes for adjudicated females. The blog also highlights the Model Programs Guide's regularly updated literature reviews on juvenile justice topics and programs and the I-Guides, which provide research-based information to communities on how to implement programs.


Date Created: December 1, 2017