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Research, Resources Available on Youth Mentoring in Juvenile Justice Settings

November 27, 2012

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Free, online research and resources are now available from the OJJDP-funded study, "Researching the Referral Stage of Youth Mentoring in Six Juvenile Justice Settings: An Exploratory Analysis.

The study, conducted by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, Global Youth Justice, and the National Partnership for Juvenile Services in collaboration with criminal justice researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio, examined best practices for the referral stage of high-risk youth to mentoring from six juvenile justice settings: detention, corrections, probation, and delinquency, teen/youth, and dependency courts.

Resources:

Access resources from Global Youth Justice.

Access MENTOR resources.

Access resources from the National Partnership for Juvenile Services.

Visit OJJDP's Web page on mentoring resources.