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Holding Up Both Ends of the Sky: Juvenile Justice Partners in Indian Country Videoconference
(NCJ 200540) July 2003
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This videoconference, which originally aired on July 1, 2003, provided an overview of the purpose, authority, background, and funding for OJJDP's Tribal Youth Program, which supports tribal efforts to prevent and control delinquency and improve juvenile justice systems. The program also provided mental health and substance abuse services to American Indian and Alaska Native youth. The broadcast was designed for tribal, federal, and state policymakers; state juvenile justice directors; judges; community leaders; juvenile justice researchers; law enforcement officials; school administrators and educators; probation personnel; and social service and child welfare officials; among others.
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