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New Online Quarterly Provides Information To Assist Multi-System Youth

March 4, 2011

Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps and Georgetown University's Center for Juvenile Justice Reform have announced the launch of a new electronic periodical, The Connector: Working Together for Multi-System Youth. The Connector will provide information to assist multi-system youth—those who have a wide range of needs in many different systems, such as child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, and education. Quarterly issues will provide the latest information on initiatives, research, model programs, and policy.

The Connector is free and available online.


Download the first issue of The Connector at http://www.rfkchildren.org/images/stories/the%20connector%20winter%202011.pdf.


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