Conducting Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Through a Healing-Informed Approach with System-Involved Latinas
This paper will describe these efforts, provide insights from the YPAR facilitators and youth researchers, and provide recommendations for other community-based facilitators who are considering utilizing YPAR through a healing-informed approach within their own work with Latina girls.
Safely Home: Reducing Youth Incarceration and Achieving Positive Youth Outcomes for High and Complex Need Youth Through Effective Community Based Programs
Systems cannot achieve deincarceration goals unless they build continuums of community-based programs to serve all youth, especially those with the highest need (highest risk), and have the willingness to implement them.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: How the Lack of Post Dispositional Advocacy in Juvenile Court Increases the Risk of Recidivism and Institutional Abuse
This Essay argues that review hearings and postdispositional advocacy, which are often the lowest priority for delinquency attorneys and the court system, have the power to reduce recidivism, decrease juvenile justice expenditures, and prevent institutional abuse.