Purpose to support one to one mentoring programs for youth at risk of educational failure dropping out of school or involvement in delinquent activities including gangs background part g of the juvenile justice and delinquency prevention jjdp act of 1974 as amended authorizes the office of juvenile justice and delinquency prevention ojjdp to fund a juvenile mentoring program jump. The juvenile justice system researching the referral stage of youth mentoring in six juvenile justice settings an exploratory analysis examines best practices for referring youth to mentoring when they are in certain juvenile justice system settings including juvenile detention juvenile corrections juvenile probation delinquency court. Using our continuum of support we help youth involved with the juvenile justice system develop positive relationships and access the best resources to help get their lives back on track residential services using our therapeutic foster care model we match young people with dedicated foster parents who we call mentors as caring role . Office of juvenile justice and delinquency prevention mentoring best practices research effectiveness of juvenile mentoring for youth on parole and probation in ohio november 2017 o ncj 251408 ojjdpgov youth on parole and probation in ohio who received mentoring services did not reduce delinquent behavior and the findings suggest that
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