Resources

From Conversation to Collaboration: How Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Agencies Can Work Together to Improve Outcomes for Dual Status Youth
From Courts to Communities (SORC)
From Courts to Communities: The Right Response to Truancy, Running Away, and Other Status Offenses - Models for Change Resource
Funding at 40: Fulfilling the JJDPA’s Core Requirements in an Era of Dwindling Resources
Funding in the States
FY 2014 Federal Appropriations Talking Points
FY 2014 Juvenile Justice Appropriations Update
FY 2014 Juvenile Justice Appropriations Update Tell Congress to Invest in Youth Justice – Take Action Now!
Getting Juvenile Justice Right: Start by Thinking Outside the Cell
Girls, Status Offenses and the Need for a Less Punitive and More Empowering Approach
Give Adolescents the Time and Skills to Mature, and Most Offenders Will Stop Issue Brief
Guidebook for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration: A Framework for Improved Outcomes - Models for Change Resource
Guidelines for State Courts Serving Limited English Proficient (LEP) Youth and Family Members - Models for Change Resource
Hill Day 2013 Advance Packet
Hitting a Brick Wall: Youth Housing Models to Prevent Homelessness Upon Re-Entry for Juveniles
Homeless and Runaway Youth in the Juvenile Justice System
How to Use Byrne Justice  Assistance  Grants for Juvenile Justice Reform
Illinois Measurable Progress Updates - Models for Change Resource
Illinois Three Year Plan 2009-2011
Implementing Change: Juvenile Justice and Youth Homelessness