The link between mental health disorders and juvenile justice is very complex. Within juvenile detention facilities, there is often a lack of any in-facility screening programs, let alone treatment options. This makes it more necessary than ever to address youth mental health.
On any given day, around 10,000 juveniles in the U.S. are housed in adult jails and prisons. This infographic shares startling data that is affecting the juvenile justice system.
A juvenile risk assessment tool can improve the allocation of resources, which can lead to fewer youths being incarcerated. This infographic shares information on how assessments have good gauges for treating youth and reducing recidivism.
Using a powerful online platform gives organizations and their employees curricula and tools that can be accessed anywhere and anytime through eTraining.
A recent Northwestern Medicine study finds mental health disorders persist 15 years after youth leave juvenile facilities, causing teens to struggle with long-term mental health and life stability.
In analyzing youth crime statistics, we can see how young people and their families are impacted by the way we treat juvenile offenses. This infographic illustrates the shocking number of American teenagers involved in the juvenile and criminal justice systems.
Vaping, the new way to smoke, is becoming increasingly popular among teens. It may be hard to believe, but electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) were first introduced in 2007 and have since become a public health epidemic, contributing to youth substance abuse.