National Center on Education,
Disability and Juvenile Justice
Education and Special Education
Research and Policy
Substance Abuse Resources
Juvenile Justice Organizations
U.S. Department of Education Resources
U. S. Department of Justice Resources
E-News & Lists
National Center for Injury Prevention & Control/ Division of
This Division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) focuses on youth and family violence prevention.
for Child and Adolescent Violence Prevention
Carries out research, service, and training programs to reduce violence
affecting high risk children and adolescents.
for the Prevention of Youth Violence
Multidisciplinary center that researches the causes of and solutions
to youth violence, based at the Johns Hopkins University.
for School Mental Health Assistance
Research, practice, and training to promote student learning and
healthy development through school-based interventions.
for the Study and Prevention of Violence
Based at the University of Colorado, the Center addresses violence-related
policies, programs, and practices and identifies elements of outstanding
"blueprint" violence prevention programs.
Center For Violence Research And Prevention
Located at Columbia University's School of Public Health, the Center
conducts and disseminates research on the causes and control of
Justice Initiative/Open Society Institute
Researches criminal justice policies and practices that
redirect resources away from spending on prisons toward
long-term solutions for effective crime prevention and rehabilitation
on Violence and Destructive Behavior
Based at the University of Oregon, the Institute works with schools
and social service agencies to address youth violence and to facilitate
the academic achievement and healthy social development of children
Center for School Safety
Statewide collaborative with resources on school violence prevention.
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Nonprofit organization that conducts research and promotes
reform initiatives to prevent crime and delinquency.
Dropout Prevention Center
This is a research center and resource network for practitioners,
researchers, and policymakers that aims to reshape school
and community environments to meet the needs of youth in
at-risk situations so these students receive the quality
education and services necessary to succeed academically
and graduate from high school.
Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
A central point of access to Federal information on youth violence
prevention and intervention programs, publications, research, and
Network of Violence Prevention Practitioners
A practitioner network for exchange of information, opportunities
for professional development, and dialogue between practitioners,
researchers, evaluators and policy-makers to improve violence prevention
Against Violence Network (PAVNET)
Searchable database representing information from seven federal
agencies that address prevention of violence and at-risk youth.
Internet access to Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn't,
What's Promising?, a comprehensive study of the effectiveness
of prevention programs in communities, schools, labor markets,
policing and correctional agencies.
Publications on Delinquency Prevention
This link takes you directly to the numerous publications on delinquency
prevention produced by the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and
Online searchable database related to the early prevention of violence.
Safe and Responsive Schools Project/Indiana Education Policy Center
Model demonstration and technical assistance stressing the development
of school safety through school-wide behavior planning, prevention
and parent/community involvement.
Federal government site providing the results of the 1999 search
for "best practice" family-based programs for the prevention
of juvenile delinquency and substance abuse.
Violence: A Report of the Surgeon General
The first Surgeon General's report on youth violence reviews
an extensive body of research addressing causes and prevention
of youth violence.
and Special Education
for Retarded Citizens (The Arc)
Provides comprehensive information on educational resources, research
and advocacy for people with mental retardation and related developmental
disabilities and their families.
for Effective Collaboration and Practice
Offers extensive resources on policy, research, effective practices,
cultural competence, mental health and violence prevention to foster
healthy development of children with or at risk of developing serious
for Law and Education
Advocates for improved educational outcomes for low-income
students, and provides extensive materials about disability
rights for students and school personnel, and about Title
I, vocational education, school to work and special education
for Research on Children Placed at Risk
At Johns Hopkins University, the Center conducts research,
development, evaluation, and dissemination of replicable
strategies designed to transform schooling for students
who are placed at risk due to inadequate institutional responses
to such factors as poverty, ethnic minority status, and
non-English-speaking home background.
for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk (CRESPAR)
Conducts research, development, evaluation and dissemination to
transform schooling for students placed at risk.
and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
National organization providing extensive resources about
education, advocacy and support on behalf of individuals
with attention deficit disorders..
Non-profit professional association serving educators and administrators
who provide services to students in correctional settings. Includes
an email listserv for educators in juvenile facilities.
A distance learning initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of
Education, providing interactive instructional programming for the
nation's juvenile and adult correctional facilities.
for Exceptional Children
National professional association addressing education and
special education needs of youth with disabilities.
for Children with Behavioral Disorders
Division of the Council for Exceptional Children for educators working
with students with emotional or behavioral disorders.
for Exceptional Children Division for Learning Disabilities
Professional organization that provides professional development
and resources for educators and others interested in learning disabilities.
for Learning Disabilities
The Council for Learning Disabilities is an international
organization concerned with issues related to students with
learning disabilities. Their website includes the contents
and ordering information for the journals Learning Disabilities
Quarterly and Intervention in School and Clinic.
Development Center, Inc.
Describes curricula and other educational tools focusing on literacy,
health and justice, school improvement, substance abuse, and injury,
violence, and abuse prevention.
Resources Information Center (ERIC)
Project funded by the U.S. Department of Education to inform parents,
administrators, service providers and policymakers about implementing
the 1997 amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education
and Advocates Partnership for Education
network that acquires, catalogs, summarizes, and provides
access to education-related research and practice.
An extensive site funded by the U.S. Department of Education
providing resources to help professionals and families understand
and implement the 1997 amendments to the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act.
Disabilities Association of America
Volunteer organization advocating for the over two million students
of school age with learning disabilities and for adults with learning
Academic Scholars to Education Resources
Provides technical assistance and national outreach to faculty and
graduate students in an array of minority institutions, with the
goal to promote research that will improve outcomes among children
and families in urban schools.
Association of State Boards of Education
Addresses role of local public school boards in educational change,
governance and systemic reform.
Association of School Psychologists
Promotes educationally and psychologically healthy environments
for all children and youth by implementing research-based, effective
programs that prevent problems, enhance independence, and promote
National Center for Learning Disabilities
Resources and programs focused on educational, public
awareness, and advocacy for children and adults with LD.
National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Established by the Office of Special Education Programs,
US Department of Education to coordinate national resources,
offer technical assistance, and disseminate information
related to secondary education and transition for youth
Council on Disability
An independent federal agency making recommendations to the President
and Congress on issues affecting 54 million Americans with disabilities.
The site provides the 2003 report, Addressing the Needs of Youth
with Disabilities in the Juvenile Justice System: The Current Status
of Evidence-Based Research.
The website of America's oldest and largest public education
professional organization provides a compendium of information
on schools, teaching and policy issues.
Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center for the Education
for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent or
A project of the American Institutes for Research that
investigates programs for neglected, delinquent and at-risk
youth, and provides technical support.
National Institute for Correctional Education
Jointly funded by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education
to assist educators to enhance services for students in
prisons and jails.
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Disseminates information and provides training on prevention, education,
intervention, advocacy and research about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
- the leading known cause of mental retardation - for families and
National Institute for Urban School Improvement
Supports inclusive urban communities, schools and families
to build their capacity for sustainable, successful urban
Resource Center on AD/HD
A resource for professionals and the public regarding information
related to the diagnosis of AD/HD and evidence-based interventions.
Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and
Established by the Office of Special Education Programs,
US Department of Education to give schools capacity-building
information and technical assistance for identifying, adapting,
and sustaining effective school-wide disciplinary practices.
Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Sponsored by the federal Office of Special Education Programs to
give schools capacity-building information and technical assistance
for identifying, adapting, and sustaining effective school-wide
Provides research on learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral
assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment,
special education, mental retardation and mental health.
Education Resources on the Internet
Internet accessible resources about all special education fields.
Provides up-to-date resources about teaching students with
Prevention:Empowering Students, Schools and Communities
The site provides information on promising strategies for
reducing truancy and resources on training, technical assistance,
research, evaluation, conferences on truancy and recent
of Washington FAS/FAE Legal Issues Resource Center
The Center offers legal assistance for individuals with FAS/FAE
including their rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education
A dialogue about the effects of crime and incarceration on, not
only the people involved, but whole families and communities.
Civil Liberties Union
Analysis and policy implications of average annual costs of juvenile
American Society of Criminology
International organization concerned with scholarly and professional
knowledge about etiology, prevention, control and treatment of crime
and delinquency. Includes a searchable database of abstracts in
the journal, Criminology.
Statistical Association's Guide to Abstracts and Bibliographies
of Readily Available Data Sets on Crime and Criminal Justice
Information on how researchers can use Bureau of Justice Statistics
databases on criminal and juvenile justice in the United States.
Youth Policy Forum
Non-profit professional development organization for policymakers
on national, state and local issues concerning youth, including
those involved in the justice system.
E. Casey Foundation
Funds and conducts research about model systems of reform in juvenile
justice, and publishes KidsCount, an annual report that profiles
national and state-level child welfare data, including delinquency-related
of Justice Assistance Virtual Information Center
Information about innovative strategies and programs funded by the
U. S. Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics
This website offers easy access to federal and state statistics
and reports on children and their families.
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
funded Girls Study Group project is designed to further
the field's understanding of female juvenile offending,
and to identify effective strategies to prevent and reduce
female involvement in delinquency and violence.
Foundation Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile
Undertakes a critical reexamination of juvenile justice system practices,
institutions, and rationale, based on sound science and legal scholarship,
and conveys results to practitioners, policy-makers and the public
Criminal Justice Reference Service
Policy analysis of economic costs of juvenile incarceration and
savings that result from reducing unnecessary placements.
Executive Research Forum
National organization of police executives from the largest city,
county, and state law enforcement agencies, dedicated to improving
policing through research and involvement in public policy.
Conducts research and analysis of pressing policy problems on topics
such as child abuse, decriminalization, economic aspects of imprisonment,
juvenile delinquency, and mandatory sentences and costs.
The Research and
Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health
Pursues an integrated set of research, training, technical assistance
and dissemination activities about community integration for children
and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders and their
families, and strengthening family and youth participation in child
and adolescent mental health services.
Non-profit policy and research organization examines a variety of
social problems including criminal and juvenile justice.
Bar Association / Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law
Provides materials that focus on the implementation of the Americans
with Disabilities Act and other areas of mental health law.
Center for Mental Health Law
Nonprofit legal advocacy organization that addresses policy and
practices for children's mental heath, disabilities and special
for Behavioral Health, Justice, and Public Policy
Promotes service integration for persons with mental illness and/or
addictive disorders involved with the courts. Focuses on diverting
individuals from criminal justice settings, improving their quality
of care in secure custody, and assuring access to appropriate treatment
Center for Mental Health Services
U.S. agency leading federal efforts to promote mental health and
prevent the development or worsening of mental illness.
for the Promotion of Mental Health in Juvenile Justice
Located at Columbia University, the Center provides guidance to
professionals regarding best practices for psychiatric assessment
and treatment of youth in juvenile justice settings.
Justice / Mental Health Consensus Project
This site details a national, two-year effort to prepare recommendations
that local, state, and federal policymakers and criminal justice
and mental health professionals can use to improve the criminal
justice system's response to people with mental illness.
Federation of Families
for Children's Mental Health
National parent-run organization focused on supporting children
and youth with emotional, behavioral or mental disorders and their
Offers materials concerning juvenile justice policy including mental
Action Agenda for Children's Mental Health
This site links to the report of the 2001 report of the
Surgeon General, which outlines strategies to improve services
for children and adolescents with mental health problems
and their families.
Center for Cultural Competence
The mission of the National Center for Cultural Competence
(NCCC) is to increase the capacity of health and mental
health programs to design implement, and evaluate culturally
and linguistically competent service delivery systems.
National Center for
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice
Promotes awareness of the mental health needs of youth in the juvenile
justice system, and assists the field in developing policies and
programs based on the best available research.
of Mental Health
The lead Federal agency for research on mental and behavioral disorders.
National Mental Health Association
The country's largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects
of mental health and mental illness. Downloadable publications about
youth with mental health disorders in the justice system are available
on the site.
for School Mental Health
National technical assistance center focused on mental health in
schools. The site includes resources on prevention and treatment
of conduct problems in schools, collaboration between school and
community treatment programs and publications on juvenile justice
and mental health.
of Maryland Center for School Mental Health Assistance
National training and technical assistance center focused on supporting
schools and communities in the development of school-based mental
health programs that are effective, accessible, family-centered,
culturally sensitive and responsive to local needs.
Substance Abuse Resources
American Council for
A national substance abuse prevention education agency; an affiliate
of the Phoenix House Foundation, the nation's largest, private,
non-profit drug abuse service agency.
Abuse Monitoring Program
The National Institute of Justice program that tracks trends
in the prevalence and types of drug use among juvenile and
adult arrestees in urban areas.
of Justice Statistics Drug and Crime Facts
This site summarizes U.S. statistics about drug-related crimes,
law enforcement, courts, corrections and substance abuse among youth.
for Prevention Research at the University of Kentucky
Conducts multi-disciplinary social science research focusing on
the effects, predictors, and prevention of social behaviors whose
abuse carries health costs, including substance abuse.
Substance Abuse Prevention
On-line technical assistance site designed to actively guide practitioners
and State systems toward making well-informed decisions concerning
a broad range of prevention programming options.
Center for Substance
Provides drug terminology, data, and statistics, prevention and
treatment program evaluations, statistics and information on national
legislation, grants, and contracts.
The National Association
of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors, Inc
Nonprofit educational, scientific, and informational organization
that supports the development of effective alcohol and other drug
abuse prevention and treatment programs.
on Addiction and Substance Abuse
This site provides access to research and commentary on tobacco,
alcohol and drug abuse issues including prevention, treatment and
for Alcohol and Drug Information
Comprehensive resource of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
providing alcohol and substance abuse prevention, intervention,
and treatment materials.
Criminal Justice Reference Service Publications on Substance
Extensive collection of online publications related to drugs
and crime, abuse and crime, case processing, interdiction,
law enforcement, testing, treatment and use indicators.
Families in Action
Assists families and communities in prevention of drug use
among children and youth.
on Drug Abuse
Resources for professionals, health educators and other teachers
and parents related to drug abuse and addiction.
Provides technical assistance, research and publications concerning
links between mental health, substance abuse and involvement with
the justice system.
Health Services Knowledge Exchange Network
Information for users of mental health services and their
families, policymakers, providers, the media and
Publications on Substance Abuse
This link takes you directly to the numerous publications on substance
abuse produced by the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Practice for Healthy
A policy research partnership to reduce youth substance abuse.
& Drug-Free Schools Program
Federal government site providing resources for reducing substance
abuse and violence through education and prevention activities in
Students Action Center
This website is designed to assist and support the Safe
Schools/Healthy Students and School Action Grantees, and
also contains information of general interest on substance
abuse prevention and treatment.
Substance Abuse and
Mental Health Administration
Federal agency charged with improving the quality and availability
of prevention, treatment and rehabilitative services in order to
reduce illness, death, disability and cost resulting from substance
abuse and mental illnesses.
U. S. Department
Statistical tables, charts, and studies produced by the National
Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the National Center for
Adult Literacy (NCAL).
Juvenile Justice Organizations
Bar Association Juvenile Justice Center
Monitors legislative, fiscal, policy and administrative
changes in juvenile justice systems across the nation.
Multi-disciplinary professional organization with broad
focus on corrections and criminal justice.
Probation and Parole Association
International association with resources for probation,
parole and community-based corrections staff working with
in juveniles and adults.
Alliance of advocates, researchers, law enforcement professionals
and community organizers promoting effective justice policies for
The Burns Institute for
Juvenile Justice Fairness and Equity
Addresses the needs of poor youth, their families and communities
with a focus on the over-representation of young people
of color in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems
around the country.
Center for Children's Advocacy
Non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and protection
of the legal rights of poor children who are dependent on judicial,
child welfare, health, mental health, education and juvenile justice
agencies in Connecticut.
Center for Crime, Communities,
Supports innovative programs and conducts policy studies and research
to promote support for effective responses to crime and victimization.
Center for Juvenile and Criminal
Nonprofit organization focused on policy development, education,
technical assistance and research to reduce society’s reliance
on incarceration as a solution to social problems.
Welfare League/Juvenile Justice Division
connection between child maltreatment and delinquency. Site
includes online newsletter, The Link.
Coalition for Juvenile Justice
National nonprofit association that represents 56 governor-appointed
advisory groups supporting the juvenile
court system in the U.S. states, territories and District
Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
An independent organization in the executive branch that
coordinates all federal juvenile delinquency prevention
programs, federal programs and activities that detain or
care for unaccompanied juveniles, and federal programs relating
to missing and exploited children.
Law School Legal Information Institute
This site provides an overview of legal issues, links to
federal and state statutes and a searchable database
of legal decisions related to juvenile justice.
Addresses wide range of corrections issues and provides
links to federal, state, and local correctional agencies,
and international associations.
of Chiefs of Police
Nonprofit organization of chief operating executives of
international, national, state and local police
Project of Florida State University
and Florida A & M University providing resources on
juvenile justice and programs for at-risk youth.
Educational Enhancement Program
The Project mission is to ensure that each student in a
juvenile justice program in Florida receives high-quality
and comprehensive educational services that increase potential
for future success.
Justice Evaluation Center
JJEC Online is a tool designed
to assist juvenile justice practitioners, policymakers,
and state agency administrators with the assessment and
evaluation of programs and initiatives. Includes delinquency
prevention, education and aftercare areas.
Juvenile Law Center
The Juvenile Law Center works to protect and advance the
rights of children, and in particular, with guaranteeing
that children in the juvenile justice system receive basic
needs and rights by reforming the current system.
Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana
Statewide law and advocacy center for young people in the juvenile
justice system providing resources, direct representation, monitoring
of youth prisons and public education to demonstrate that rehabilitation
and education are more cost-effective and humane than incarceration.
Research and Statistics Association/Juvenile Justice Evaluation
National project to evaluate juvenile justice programs, and to provide
training, technical assistance and other resources to States to
enhance their evaluation capacity.
Center for Juvenile Justice
Research division of the National Council of Juvenile and
Family Court Judges providing data to judges, probation
officers, court administrators, educators, legislatures,
social and legal researchers, child advocates, parents and
juvenile corrections personnel.
National Council on Crime
A non-profit organization that promotes effective, humane,
fair and economically sound solutions to family, community
and justice problems.
The National Council of Juvenile
and Family Court Judges
Focused on improving the practices and effectiveness of the juvenile
court system. The site includes a free weekly newsletter.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Federally sponsored clearinghouse for professionals involved with
research, policy and practice related to criminal and juvenile justice
and drug control.
National Institute of Corrections
Extensive resources, publications and training activities
for corrections practitioners and policy makers.
National Juvenile Defender Center
Non-profit organization advocating for timely access to
capable, well-resourced, well-trained legal counsel for
all youth in the juvenile justice system.
National Juvenile Detention
Offers training, technical assistance and research for professionals
working with detained youth.
on Institutions and Alternatives
Focuses on reform of correctional systems through alternative
sentencing and placement options, community reintegration
and unconditional care for juveniles and adults.
A project of the Northwestern University School of Medicine
that aims to determine how alcohol, drug and mental disorders
develop over time among delinquent youth, and to investigate
whether delinquent youth receive needed services after their
cases reach disposition.
Pennsylvania Prison Society
Founded in 1787, this is a social justice organization that
advocates on behalf of prisoners, formerly incarcerated
individuals and their families. Headquartered in Philadelphia,
the Society operates through a network of statewide chapters.
on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice
The site describes research examining juvenile justice policies
and practices, adolescent development, pathways to desistance and
adult perceptions of youth culpability.
Departments of Juvenile Justice
Links to all state juvenile justice agencies.
State Juvenile Justice
Site features rich, descriptive information and analysis regarding
each state's juvenile justice system, illustrating the uniqueness
of the 51 separate juvenile justice systems in this country.
Youth Law Center
Non-profit Center investigating and working to resolve dangerous,
abusive or neglectful conditions for children in foster care systems
and juvenile institutions.
U.S. Department of Education Resources
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation
This website provides resources about research and related
activities to maximize the full inclusion, social
integration, employment and independent living of individuals
of all ages with disabilities.
on the Education of At-Risk Students
Project supporting research and development activities to improve
the education of students at risk of educational failure due to
limited English proficiency, race, geographic location or economic
of Correctional Education
This site describes activities of the federal Office of
Correctional Education including technical assistance to
states, local schools and correctional institutions.
of Special Education Programs
OSEP provides national leadership and financial support
to assist states and local districts in educating children
and youth with disabilities. OSEP administers and provides
extensive resources about the requirements of the Individuals
With Disabilities Education Act.
of Vocational and Adult Education
OVAE supports programs for young people and adults to obtain
the skills they need for successful careers. Site includes
information about grants, school-to-work, high school reform,
correctional education and teacher development activities.
to the U.S. Department of Education
Features information about the latest federal education initiatives
and updates on specific programs for schools and teachers.
U. S. Department of Justice
U. S. Department of Justice
DOJ site contains extensive information about research,
publications, crime bills, juvenile and criminal justice
trends, conferences, funding and statistics from a number
of federal agencies including the Bureau of Justice Statistics,
FBI, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and Office of Juvenile Justice
and Delinquency Prevention.
with Disabilities Act Homepage
The central federal resource about the ADA providing extensive
information, publications and links.
Bureau of Justice
Provides broad range of national and state level criminal
National Criminal Justice
Reference Service (NCJRS)
NCJRS is a federally sponsored clearinghouse for professionals
involved with research, policy and practice related to criminal
and juvenile justice and drug control. Excellent site to
search for resources on juvenile corrections.
Office of Juvenile Justice
and Delinquency Prevention
OJJDP provides national leadership, coordination and resources
to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization.
The website provides extensive resources including downloadable
reports and publications.
E-News & Lists
EDJJ publishes this free, online newsletter to inform the
field of research-to-practice developments, evidence-based
strategies and training activities concerning education,
disability and juvenile justice.
Online newsletter of the National Center for Dropout Prevention
for Students with Disabilities.
A free, weekly newsletter about juvenile justice from the
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, with
news from around the country and on the Internet.
Blocks for Youth
Building Blocks for Youth, an alliance of advocates, researchers,
law enforcement professionals and community organizers,
publishes a free, online monthly newsletter offering current
juvenile justice research, fact sheets and publications
related to minority youth in the justice system.
Quarterly online newsletter of the University of Alabama
at Birmingham Comprehensive Youth Violence Center, reports
research about the biological, behavioral, and environmental
causes of youth health risk behaviors and outcomes.
Chapin Hall Alert
Online newsletter of the Chapin Hall Center for Children
at the University of Chicago, that focuses on applying research
to the real-world challenges of policymakers and service
providers in the areas of economic programs for youth and
families, child-welfare services, community youth development
resources and development, education and juvenile justice.
Monthly e-newsletter of the Center for Law and Social Policy,
covers welfare and low-income family policy issues, disconnected
youth and related matters.
Data Trends is an online newsletter produced by the Research
and Training Center for Children’s Mental Health of the
Florida Mental Health Institute at the University of South
Florida to summarize current research about children’s mental
Published by the Children, Families, and Communities Program
of the David and Lucille Packard Foundation to provide policymakers,
service providers and the media with timely information
on a wide variety of topics based on the best available
An online monthly digest of the activities of the non-profit
Juvenile Law Center of Philadelphia, which works on behalf
of children in contact with public agencies, including abused
or neglected children placed in foster homes and delinquent
youth sent to residential treatment facilities or adult
An online newsletter published by the Child Welfare League
of America, Juvenile Justice Division, focusing on the association
between child maltreatment and delinquency.
A bi-monthly e-mail newsletter of the National Center on
Secondary Education and Transition announcing national resources,
events, funding opportunities, and more.
News @ A Glance
This bimonthly online newsletter is distributed by the Office
of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to notify
the field of significant activities, publications, funding
opportunities and reports.
Bar Association Juvenile Justice Center
Created to allow committee members, judges, juvenile defenders,
prosecutors, and child advocates across the country to receive
juvenile justice alerts and announcements, and to share
important information on juvenile justice issues.
Blocks for Youth E-Mail List
Includes press releases and events announcements from Building
Blocks for Youth, an alliance of children’s advocates, researchers,
law enforcement professionals, and community organizers.
Informs policy makers, service providers, media, and the
general public on a regular basis about the organization’s
Fund E-mail Lists
E-mail alert addresses child health, early childhood development,
child welfare and mental health, grandparents and other
relatives raising children, youth development, and education
The National Criminal Justice Reference Service provides
information on resources to assist with policy, practice
and research related to criminal and juvenile justice.
JUVJUST is compiled and disseminated by the Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) to provide the
latest juvenile justice information from OJJDP and allied
Published by the John Hopkins Center for the Prevention
of Youth Violence, this listserv periodically provides a
synopsis of current research, conferences and other activities,
grant opportunities related to prevention and positive youth
The listserve of the National Youth Violence Prevention
Resource Center is a forum to discuss subjects in youth
violence prevention, and provides periodic updates related
to youth violence prevention.
of Education Newsletters and Journals
You can sign up to receive any of eight e-newsletters including
materials specifically developed for teachers, No Child
Left Behind Act news, and education statistics.
EDJJ Resource Links
links to websites in areas related to our work on behalf of youth
involved in or at-risk for involvement in the juvenile justice system:
prevention of delinquency, educational and transitional services,
parent support, and mental health and substance abuse treatment
services in the juvenile justice system.
We provide these
links as resources. Opinions, findings, or recommendations expressed
are those of the website authors and do not necessarily reflect
the views of EDJJ. We welcome your suggestions for additional websites
related to education, disability and juvenile justice, via email