Research Report At-Risk and Delinquent Girls Programs in the SafeFutures Demonstration
Program Models, Implementation Challenges, and Recommendations for Research, Policy, and Practice
Caterina Gouvis Roman, Rebecca Naser, Shelli B. Rossman, Jennifer Yahner, Jennifer Lynn-Whaley
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The SafeFutures Program to Reduce Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Violence was a five-year six-site demonstration supported by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), U.S. Department of Justice. SafeFutures sought to prevent and control juvenile crime and victimization through a continuum of prevention, intervention, and treatment services to meet the needs of at-risk and delinquent youth. The At-Risk and Delinquent Girls component was intended to provide services to meet the unique emotional and developmental needs of young women. This report examines the programs targeted to at-risk girls in each site. The report also includes a brief overview of some promising national programs. The report then focuses on the efforts of the six SafeFutures sites in developing and maintaining programs targeted to at-risk and delinquent girls.
Research Areas Children and youth
Tags Economic well-being Delinquency and crime