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The Concurrent Evolution and Intertwined Nature of Juvenile Drug Courts (JDC) and Reclaiming Futures (RF) Approach to Juvenile Justice Reform
(NCJ 249761) October 2015
Grant, 23 page(s)
Pamela Baumer, MA, and Michael L. Dennis, Ph.D., Chestnut Health Systems
The purpose of this presentation was to describe the need for more and better adolescent treatment, review the history and evolution of juvenile drug courts (JDC), provide an overview of Reclaiming Futures (RF), and describe how JDC and RF have come together. The presentation was given at the Addiction Health Services Research conference in October 2015 and was supported by the OJJDP-sponsored Reclaiming Futures/Juvenile Drug Court Evaluation.