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Extending a Randomized Trial of the My Life Mentoring Model for Youth in Foster Care To Evaluate Long-Term Effects on Offending in Young Adulthood
(NCJ 251418) January 2018
Grant, 49 page(s)
Jennifer E. Blakeslee, Thomas E. Keller
The My Life weekly mentoring model uses individual and group mentoring strategies to improve outcomes as youth transition from foster care. Weekly mentoring was effective for reducing criminal justice involvement among males and among those who were not receiving developmental disability services prior to intervention.