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A New Justice Paradigm: Collaborative Approaches for an Equitable System, explores the justice system from the perspective of criminal justice practitioners and current and former justice-involved young adults ages 18–24. We take this approach both to understand better— at the ground level—the system that exists and to help imagine a more supportive, more efficacious, and […]
Launched in 2019, the Young Adult Leadership Council is a key component of NIWL’s Compass Rose Collaborative, a young adult reentry program. This program combines the principles of youth-adult partnerships with reentry programming.
This online course offers an introduction to trauma-informed care for adults who serve justice-involved and other marginalized youth and young adults. It features curriculum and resources developed by The Right Way Foundation in Los Angeles.
This online course offers an introduction to the concept of trauma informed care for any employer working with justice-involved or marginalized young adults. It features curriculum and resources developed by The Right Way Foundation in Los Angeles.
This paper offers programmatic solutions for education and employment for young people impacted by the U.S. justice system. These best practices were informed by work from the Compass Rose Collaborative.
This white paper reviews literature and other findings from nongovernmental organizations that point to an intermediary agency as providing the best model for delivering wraparound services to youth returning to their communities after involvement in the U.S. justice system.
On April 1, 2020, CLASP and FHI 360 hosted a webinar on supporting young adults with transformation, reentry, and connections to employment. We discussed how communities are connecting young adults who have been impacted by the criminal justice system to employment, education pathways, and supportive services.
This individual success plan template, created through youth-adult partnership, can be used to encourage and motivate young people and the adults they work with in creating a plan for personal, social, and economic success.
The YPDA program is a registered apprenticeship program, certified by the U.S. Department of Labor (US DOL), to prepare entry level youth development professionals. As a registered apprenticeship, the program includes 3000-4000 hours of On the Job learning (OJL) and 350 hours of Related Technical Instruction (RTI). Apprentices are typically young people between the ages […]