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Promising and effective practices in juvenile day treatment

Promising and effective practices in juvenile day treatment

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Published by The Governor"s Crime Commission, North Carolina Dept. of Crime Control and Public Safety in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina,
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Juvenile delinquency -- North Carolina -- Prevention.,
    • Alternatives to imprisonment -- North Carolina.,
    • Juvenile delinquents -- Services for -- North Carolina.,
    • Juvenile delinquents -- Rehabilitation -- North Carolina.,
    • Juvenile justice, Administration of -- North Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Michael L. Vasu ... [et al.].
      ContributionsVasu, Michael Lee., North Carolina. Governor"s Crime Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9105.N9 P76 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 109 p. :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6832106M
      LC Control Number00325817
      OCLC/WorldCa43704254

      Carol Zimmerman, Gina Hendrix, James Moeser, and David Roush, eds., The Desktop Guide to Reentry for Juvenile Confinement Facilities, (Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, ).. Rudy Estrada and Jody Marksamer, "The Legal Rights of LGBT Youth in State Custody: What Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Professionals Need to Know,” Child Welf no. .   As a juvenile court jurist of almost 20 years, a reformer for most of those years and an adjunct law professor, I can adamantly state that this book is not only a must read, but should be added to the reading lists of those studying juvenile justice, including law : Judge Steven Teske.


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Practices with Demonstrated Effectiveness: Practices based on general principles, strategies, and modalities reported in criminological, psychological, or other social science research as being effective with a juvenile population. These practices should be outlined in. A significant challenge facing the juvenile justice system is the task of transitioning and reintegrating juveniles from youth corrections facilities back into the community.

This challenge, in part, is related to determining whether the referred community programs are effective. This article summarizes the literature on the effectiveness of community programs for juveniles involved in the Cited by: 9. Effective Practices in Juvenile Day Treatment. In Effective Program Practices for At-Risk Youth: Promising and Effective Practices in Parental Involvement.

Brunet, James R. Day Reporting Centers in North Carolina: A Preliminary Review of Program. A restorative justice diversion program for young, first-time juvenile offenders. The goal was to break the cycle of offending before it reached the stage of repeat offending. The program is rated Promising.

Participants were less likely to recidivate as fast and had, on average, fewer rearrests than juveniles in the control group. Current literature indicates that effective programs are those that aim to act as early as possible and focus on known risk factors and the behavioral development of juveniles.

7 In general, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention recommends that the following types of school and community prevention programs be employed. The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), part of the U.S.

Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, provides national leadership, coordination, and resources to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization. OJJDP supports the efforts of states, tribes, and communities to develop and implement effective and equitable juvenile justice systems.

The Second Edition of Preventing and Reducing Juvenile Delinquency: A Comprehensive Framework aims to inform students about the latest research and the most promising and effective programs and. Effective treatment programs for violent adolescents: Programmatic challenges and promising features Article in Aggression and Violent Behavior 18(5)– September with Reads.

reported in criminological, psychological, or other social science research as being effective with a juvenile population. These practices should be outlined in a format that ensures consistent delivery by the facilitator across multiple groups.

Promising practices: Manualized curricula that have been evaluated and found to reduce the likelihood of.

Treatment Approaches A growing body of research has focused on the treatment of juvenile offenders and juveniles with conduct disorder. An examination of studies published between and found that the most effective interventions for serious and violent juvenile offenders were interpersonal skills training, individual.

“Fidelity,” as defined in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is “the degree to which something matches or copies something else. [10] The OJJDP, in its Model Programs Guide Glossary of Terms, says that fidelity is “the degree to which a program's core services, components, and procedures are implemented as originally designed.

Programs. Family Treatment Court Planning Guide Prepared by the National Drug Court Institute, the education, research, and day, more than family treatment courts nationwide are successfully applying the treatment court best practices from the treatment court File Size: 2MB.

Outpatient treatment, in which adolescents typically attend treatment for 6 h/wk or less for a period dependent on progress and the treatment plan. Intensive outpatient, in which adolescents attend treatment during the day (up to 20 h/wk) but live at home (ranging in length from 2 months–1 year).

The Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) is a cost effective alternative to incarceration, hospitalization, or residential treatment. The MTFC model is based on the Social Learning Theory, which states that interactions with individuals help to shape behaviour in social contexts.

about the safety, security, treatment and care of juvenile offenders by providing academic, cultural main focus of this book is on how the juvenile justice system can increase the operational resource that describes promising and effective practices that are rooted in theory and tested by research.

Accordingly, the Desktop Guide will File Size: 1MB. Promising Practices Network on Children, Families and Communities manualized treatment with children, treating juvenile delinquents, and interventions for OCD, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, Bernstein, P.

Best practices of effective nonprofit organizations: A practitioner’s guide. New York: Foundation Center. A Guide to Promising Practices 39 Student exhibition, Roosevelt Alternative School, West Palm Beach 40 Arts Programs for Juvenile Offenders in Detention and Corrections crop U.S.

Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Seventh Street NW Washington, DC W NATIONAL ENDOWMENT.

The benefits of day treatment include providing a treatment modality where children and their families are able to receive an intense level of treatment within the framework of a less-restrictive and more financially feasible environment than what might be offered within a residential or hospital setting (e.g., van Bokhoven et al., ).Cited by: 2.

Recent successful juvenile justice and juvenile detention reforms have resulted in better and more meaningful public policy on the use of custody facilities and have triggered significant reductions in juvenile detention and corrections populations.

However, a secondary—and perhaps unintended—consequence has been a parallel reduction in the resources available to continue. TOOLS FOR PROMOTING EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS AND REDUCING DELINQUENCY ~~~~~ Step 8. Youth in Juvenile Justice Facilities Discipline with Dignity (a promising practice) BRIEF OVERVIEW Examining the broad framework of classroom management, effective teaching, and developmentally appropriate practices, Discipline with Dignity (DWD) reflects a proactiveFile Size: KB.

AMIkids Community-Based Day Treatment Services A day treatment program that provides community-based interventions while allowing youth to reside at home as they attend daily services. The program is rated Promising. The treatment sample was significantly less likely to be adjudicated or convicted for an offense within 12 months of release.

Promising Program The Incredible Years: Teacher and Child Programs 2 to 10 These programs seek to strengthen children's social and emotional and academic competencies such as understanding and communicating feelings, using effective problem solving strategies, managing anger, practicing friendship and conversational skills, asFile Size: KB.

Evidence-based Practices at JDH: The Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Home is committed to offering evidence-based practices (EBP) throughout its operations and interventions with detained youth. Our staff are continually researching what experts consider to be the most promising and effective practices for juvenile detention services.

II th CONGRESS 1st Session S. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES July 16 (legislative day, July 15), Ms. Landrieu (for herself and Mr.

Inhofe) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary A BILL To provide for evidence-based and promising practices related to juvenile delinquency and criminal street gang activity.

5 Promising and Effective Early Care and Education Practices and Home Visiting Programs for Dual Language Learners. A large and growing share of the children under age 5 in the United States have a first language (L1) that is not English, and many of these children are served by early care and education (ECE) programs (Espinosa et al., ).The proportion of U.S.

children from birth to age 5. Criteria for Choosing Promising Practices and Community Interventions. UNESCO database on indigenous knowledge. HHS - Families & Children. Reports on best practices in various areas of service for children and families from the U.S.

Dept. of Health and Human Services. The Second Edition of Preventing and Reducing Juvenile Delinquency: A Comprehensive Framework aims to inform students about the latest research and the most promising and effective programs and provides a wealth of information for understanding, preventing and controlling juvenile delinquency.

Key Features Examines the history of current juvenile justice system policies and practices. Effective program practices for at-risk youth: a continuum of community-based programs / James Klopovic, Michael L. Vasu, Douglas L. Yearwood Klopovic, James [ Book: ].

Inthe federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) reported that minority youth represented 34% of the juvenile population in the United States, but 62% of the nation's detained youth (Hsia, Bridges, & McHale, ).Poe-Yamagata and Jones () documented that African American youth, while representing 15% of the total youth population, accounted for 26% of Cited by: OJJDP and its predecessor agencies 1 came into operation during the due process reform period of juvenile justice change described in Chapter 2 and reflected a new federal commitment to help state and localities strengthen their juvenile justice systems to make them more fair and effective (Matsuda and Foley, ).

Congress established OJJDP to provide immediate and comprehensive action by. The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has released the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines. Juvenile drug treatment courts (JDTC) are designed for youth with substance use disorders who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.

The new guidelines provide juvenile courts with an evidence-based. The early juvenile reform schools were intended for education and treatment, not for pun-ishment, but hard work, strict regimentation, and whippings were common. Discriminatory treatment against African Americans, Mexican Americans, American Indians, and poor whites remained a problem in the Size: 2MB.

not later than 3 years after the date of enactment of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Reauthorization Act ofunless a court finds, after a hearing and in writing, that it is in the interest of justice, juveniles awaiting trial or other legal process who are treated as adults for purposes of prosecution in criminal court.

Juvenile Justice in Arkansas throughArkansas Advocates for Children and Families, Arkansas can begin to create an effective, humane, and less costly juvenile justice system. Looking Ahead. day treatment programs, and effective therapeutic and behavioral health services. Families with limited treatment history (learned more; d = ) Findings are promising and suggest that MF -PEP may be an effective EBT for children with mood disorders and File Size: 1MB.

Gang Prevention: An Overview of Research and Programs by James C. Howell Highlights This bulletin presents research on why youth join gangs and how a community can build gang prevention and intervention services. The author summarizes recent literature on gang formation and identifies promising and effective pro-grams for gang prevention.

Promising Practices for Providing Services and Ensuring Care for Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth Decem / in Policy Webinars / by NASHP Staff This webcast was designed to explore sound strategies states are using to better meet the health care needs of.

Description: Practices are facilitated for youth participating in suicide prevention group and to those in treatment for suicide intervention or methamphetamine (and other drugs or alcohol) abuse. Designed to increase connections to culture and community and help youth develop healthy alternatives to.

Treatment of sexual offenders has evolved substantially over the years; various theoretical and practice models of treatment been developed, modified, refined, and proposed over time.

The predominant current recommended approach, supported by research, adheres to specific principles of effective correctional intervention, follows a cognitive-behavioral, skills-based orientation, and explicitly Cited by: The authors review the status, strength, and quality of evidence-based practice in child and adolescent mental health services.

The definitional criteria that have been applied to the evidence base differ considerably across treatments, and these definitions circumscribe the range, depth, and Cited by:. Tools and Publications UNODC develops tools for stakeholders to assist States in the implementation of the UN standards and norms.

They include a variety of handbooks, training curriculums and model laws which provide guidance to United Nations agencies, governments and individuals at each stage of criminal justice reform.promising treatment program, adopted in a number of places in North America, that demonstrates that rehabilitation can reduce recidivism and be cost effective: “multisystemic therapy” developed by Scott Henggeler and associates (, ).

In the sixth section, we explore the equally important issue of what does not work in changing File Size: KB.Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the objective, balanced, and responsible use of current research and the best available data to guide policy and practice decisions, such that outcomes for consumers are improved.

Used originally in the health care and social science fields, evidence-based practice focuses on approaches demonstrated to be.