Session 184: JJ8 -> Strength-Based Approaches to Juvenile Justice: Funding, Assessment, and Programming
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 213
Session Chair: Laura Burney Nissen, Portland State University
Overview of the Benefits of Using Strength-Based Approaches With Juvenile Offenders
by: Laura Burney Nissen, Portland State University (Corresponding)
Youth Competency Assessment: Integration of a Strengths Approach Into Juvenile Justice Assessment
by: Juliette R. Mackin, NPC Research (Corresponding)
Judy M. Weller, NPC Research
Lessons From Adolescent Portable Therapy (APT): Bringing a Strengths-Based Treatment Program to Life
by: Jean Callahan, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Strength-Based Approaches to Juvenile Justice: A Funder's Perspective
by: M. Katherine Kraft, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Corresponding)

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