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Upcoming CJJ Webinars and Trainings
Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice: The Multnomah County Experience
August 21, 2014
Has your jurisdiction experienced a decrease in juvenile justice funding? Are you looking for funding to support home- and community-based services (e.g., alternative placements to detention)? Are you interested in learning how other jurisdictions have implemented a Title IV-E claiming program?
Please join us for a webinar on “Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice: The Multnomah County Experience” on August 21 at 3:00pm ET.
This webinar will explain how jurisdictions can leverage Title IV-E of the Social Security Act to support programs and services in their juvenile justice system. Participants will learn about Title IV-E, what types of programs and services can receive Title IV-E reimbursement, and how different stakeholders can support the implementation of a Title IV-E claiming program in their jurisdiction. Participants will gain insight into the lessons learned from the thoughtful, collaborative process executed in Multnomah County, Oregon.
- Christina McMahan, Director of the Juvenile Services Division, Department of Community Justice in Multnomah County, Oregon
- Kimberly King, Senior Vice President, Justice Benefits, Inc.
Overcoming Family Engagement Barriers to Implementing Evidenced-Based Programs
September 17, 2014
Francis Mendez of ICF International and the OJJDP NTTAC Project will serve as presenter. Check back soon for more details!