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Title: North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Staying Focused on Youth Putting Families First


1
North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency PreventionStaying Focused on
YouthPutting Families First
  • Dr. Jean Steinberg, Director, Jackson Project
  • Michael Haley, Youth and Family Services
    Administrator

2
Overview of DJJDP
  • Juvenile Justice Reform
  • Creation of DJJDP
  • Cabinet-level Department
  • Comprehensive Strategy
  • 39 Court districts, 5 YDCs, 9 Detention Centers,
    100 JCPCs, community programs, CPSV

3
Overview of Comprehensive Strategy
 
Problem Behavior ? Non-criminal Misbehavior ? Delinquency ? Serious, Violent Chronic Offending
Prevention Target Population Youth at Risk Prevention Target Population Youth at Risk Prevention Target Population Youth at Risk Graduated Sanctions Target Population Delinquent Youth Graduated Sanctions Target Population Delinquent Youth Graduated Sanctions Target Population Delinquent Youth Graduated Sanctions Target Population Delinquent Youth
Programs for all Youth ?Programs for youth at Greatest Risk ? Immediate Intervention ? Immediate Intervention ? Community Confinement ?Youth Develop-ment Center ?Post Release
Youth Development Goals Healthy and nurturing families Safe Communities School attachment Prosocial peer relations Personal development and life skills Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Development Goals Healthy and nurturing families Safe Communities School attachment Prosocial peer relations Personal development and life skills Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Development Goals Healthy and nurturing families Safe Communities School attachment Prosocial peer relations Personal development and life skills Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Habilitation Goals Healthy family participation Community reintegration Educational success and skills development Healthy peer network development Prosocial values development Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Habilitation Goals Healthy family participation Community reintegration Educational success and skills development Healthy peer network development Prosocial values development Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Habilitation Goals Healthy family participation Community reintegration Educational success and skills development Healthy peer network development Prosocial values development Healthy lifestyle choices Youth Habilitation Goals Healthy family participation Community reintegration Educational success and skills development Healthy peer network development Prosocial values development Healthy lifestyle choices
4
Family Focused Initiatives
  • Center for the Prevention of School Violence
  • Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils
  • Court Services Studies
  • Service Planning
  • Therapeutic Environment Training
  • Replacement Facility Construction
  • Jackson Project

5
DJJDP Accomplishments
  • In 2005, DJJDP had several significant
    accomplishments
  • Increased admission in community programs by 10
  • Reduced juvenile crime by 1.4
  • Reduced YDC admissions by 9.5
  • Reduced detention center admissions by 2

6
Risk and Needs of Youth at Disposition (N
9,400)
  • In 2005,
  • 55 of youth were medium or high risk
  • 55 of youth were medium or high need
  • 73 of youth had mental health needs
  • 68 of parents were reported to have marginal or
    inadequate skills
  • 40 of families were reported to have criminal
    histories
  • 31 of homes were reported to have domestic
    discord or violence

7
Jackson Project
  • First implementation of Departments new
    programming
  • Five lenses of Model of Care
  • Focused Therapeutic Interactions
  • Higher staffing ratio
  • Staffing qualifications
  • Smaller, community connected

8
Jackson Project
  • Admission
  • Family involvement begins from the day of
    admission
  • Family-centered service planning approach
  • Introduced to Model of Care
  • Family tour of facility
  • Arrange for weekly contact with youth at minimum

9
Jackson Project
  • Programming
  • Monthly Service Planning and progress review
  • Multi-family group and family therapy
  • Family participation night
  • Parent support group (parent training)
  • Supervised home visits (then unsupervised)
  • School functions (open house, GED graduations)

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Contact Information
  • Dr. Jean Steinberg
  • Jean.Steinberg_at_NCMail.net
  • (704) 786-9163
  • Michael Haley
  • Michael.Haley_at_NCMail.net
  • (919) 733-3388
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