This report examines the development of partnerships among faith-based institutions and juvenile justice agencies in a national demonstration intended to provide mentoring, education and employment services to young people at high risk of future criminal behavior. Given the range of servicesand the needs of the young peoplecollaborations are critical to the communities' efforts. The report addresses the following questions: Can small faith-based organizations work together effectively? Can they develop effective partnerships with juvenile justice institutions? What are the benefits and challenges of both types of partnerships?
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Title: Moving Beyond the Walls: Faith and Justice Partnerships Working for High-Risk Youth
Publication date 2003-01-13
Publication Year 2003
Tracey A. Hartmann
, faith based organizations
, lead agencies
, high risk
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