Juvenile court can be a stressful environment— for everyone. But for court-involved youth, it can also be embarrassing, confusing, and traumatic. Youth may fail to meet adults’ expectations to be respectful and compliant or to show empathy and remorse. Youth … Read More
Seeing What’s Underneath: A Resource for Understanding Behavior and Using Language in Juvenile Court
Models for Change is a long-term, $100 million investment in more fair, rational, effective and developmentally appropriate approaches to juvenile justice. The MacArthur Foundation began making grants to organizations in the juvenile justice field in 1996, following years of harsh … Read More
This brief looks at best practices around visitation while children are in foster care. It looks at factors that support visitation as well as challenges. Additionally, ways that the juvenile court system can support parental visitation are highlighted. http://partnersforourchildren.org/sites/default/files/publications/2011._family_visitation……_helping_children_cope_brief.pdf
NCTSN Bench Card for Juvenile Court Judges: Newcomer Immigrant Youth in Juvenile Justice Court Proceedings – A Trauma-Informed Approach
Provides judges with information they need to know about newcomer immigrant youth and trauma. This bench card offers useful questions and guidelines to help make decisions based on the specific needs of newcomer immigrant youth.
Published in 2019 … Read More