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Improving Outcomes for Multi-System Involved Youth Who Cross Over Between Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice - Webinar Series

Exploring Interventions for Youth Through the Implementation of the Crossover Youth Practice Model

Training Summary

  While the exact number of crossover youth may vary across jurisdictions, research shows that youth who have been maltreated are more likely to engage in delinquent behavior. This OJJDP-sponsored Webinar is the third in the series Improving Outcomes for Multi-System Involved Youth Who Cross Over Between Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice. This Webinar highlights protocols and practices being implemented in jurisdictions across the country through the Crossover Youth Practice Model. The practices include joint case assessment, integrated case planning and cross-system case management, recommended court structures, related case management strategies, and more meaningful family engagement.

  Learning Objectives:
 
  • Learn how practices implemented through the Crossover Youth Practice Model ensure effective cross-system collaboration on shared cases

  • Learn about strategies implemented in Woodbury County, Iowa, to ensure effective joint case management of crossover youth

  • Understand how to manage culture change when working across systems to improve outcomes for youth

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Other Trainings in This Series

Causes, Correlates, and Pathways of Multi-System Youth: Research, Data, and What We Know

Crossover Youth Practice Model: Results From the First Year of Implementation

  Preventing Youth From Crossing Over Between the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems

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Hosted By:
Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform

Type of Training:
Webinar

Date:
November 2012

Category:
System Involved Youth

Topic:
Detention and Corrections/Youth in Custody, Juvenile Law/Defender, Youth Courts and Probation

Keywords:
Crossover, Youth, Collaboration, Case Management, System Change, Courts