Serving Justice-Involved Youth at Home, With Community Support

Emphasizes the importance of serving justice-involved youth at home, with their families and in their communities, one of three priorities that guides the work of OJJDP. This is the second of three blog posts by OJJDP Administrator Liz Ryan during National Youth Justice Action Month (YJAM), recognized each October to raise awareness and highlight the need to support justice-involved youth.

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