Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Counties in the state demonstrate new ways to help kids involved in both the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.

Youth involved in both the juvenile justice and child welfare systems have higher detention rates, behavioral health problems.

States adopt programs to involve families in rehabilitation of young offenders.

Amid widespread inaction on evidence-based treatment for delinquent youth, a few states get it right.

Two Georgia youth offenders respond to intensive, at-home family-focused treatment.

State leaders are expanding evidence-based treatment for troubled youth, but roadblocks still prevent many from receiving best care.

10 years after landmark study, progress and challenges in mental health treatment for nation’s confined youth.

After years of effort, Illinois finds traction in meeting needs of mentally ill youth

Multisystemic Therapy proves effective for juvenile sex offenders.

Cook County sparks national changes in treatment for delinquent youth.