Juvenile mental health
The Impact of Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts on Substance Use, Mental Health, and Recidivism: Results from a Multisite Experimental Evaluation
Characterizing trajectories of anxiety, depression, and criminal offending in male adolescents over the 5 years following their first arrest
Reach and Rise is a therapeutic mentoring program offered by YMCAs in 10 states. Rigorous mentor training and matching has provided positive life experiences for 1,000s of youth for thirty years.
Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships and Criminal Justice Outcomes: A Preliminary Examination Using ADD Health Public Use Data
Enhancement of Dakota County Juvenile Drug Treatment Court - Adds BIPOC treatment professionals, family peer support group
JAMA Pediatrics is providing free access to a new article discussing results from a National Institute of Justice-funded study. Researchers examined the association between firearm involvement by youth involved in the juvenile justice system and subsequent firearm violence in adulthood.
This study builds upon the OJJDP-funded Northwestern Juvenile Project, the first large-scale longitudinal study of delinquent youth's mental health outcomes after detention in Cook County...