Tribal youth programs
Practice Brief 1: Improving Child Advocacy Center Service Delivery by Building Relationships with Indigenous Communities
Niagara Falls, NY
Supporting Tribal Youth Attendance Achievement: A Resource to Support Community-Based Truancy Prevention Programs
OJJDP FY 2022 National Resource Center for Justice Involved LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit Youth Solicitation Webinar
OJJDP FY 2022 National Resource Center for Justice-Involved LGBTQ+ and Two-Spirit Youth Solicitation Webinar
By Chyrl Jones, Acting OJJDP Administrator
When President Biden proclaimed October 2021 as National Youth Justice Action Month, he noted that far too many young people have been "sidelined by unnecessary encounters with the justice system." Citing the adverse effects of system involvement, the President called for a national shift from incarceration to prevention.
National Youth Justice Action Month supports intervention and prevention strategies...
The OJJDP Tribal Youth Resource Center will host the 2021 OJJDP Tribal Youth Virtual National Conference from March 29 to April 2, 2021. The conference theme is “Shaping Brighter Futures with American Indian, Alaska Native Youth, and Tribal Communities—Strengthening Resilience, Promoting Healing, Restoring Culture.”
This free event will feature sessions to support Tribal youth programs, juvenile healing to wellness courts, and more. The...