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Re-Thinking Service Delivery Strategies For PINS And JD Youth And Their Families In Monroe County - August 2003

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Publication Date: August 2003

Publisher(s): Center for Governmental Research Inc.

Author(s): Robert Rosenkrantz; Kim Hood

Funder(s): Coordinated Care Services, Inc

Funder(s): Coordinated Care Services, Inc

Topic: Justice (Legal procedure)
Social conditions (Public welfare and social services)

Keywords: Children & Youth Services; Criminal Justice; Public Safety

Type: Report

Coverage: New York


CGR assisted Monroe County Department of Human Services, the Monroe County Office of Probation-Community Corrections, Family Court, the education system, and other Monroe County stakeholders in an eight-month process to extend its efforts to reduce out of home placements to all youth involved in the Juvenile Justice system. This initiative included a review of the County’s existing PINS and JD diversion and placement processes; an examination of innovative approaches in other counties; and the development of a recommended strategy for redesigning County and community resources for youth involved in the PINS and JD systems and their families.