From 2013 through 2018, Mathematica conducted a developmental evaluation of the deep-end reform to better understand what worked well, what could be improved, and what the lessons for the field were.
Funded and supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, several communities across the United States have undertaken deep-end reform designed to safely and significantly reduce out-of-home placement for juveniles, especially for youth of color.
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Evidence & Insights From This Project
Using Multidisciplinary Partnerships to Advance Juvenile Justice Reform: Experiences in 10 Communities
This article presents findings about the role that partnerships played across 10 communities participating in the deep-end initiative, which supported local jurisdictions to develop and implement practices, policies, and programs that prevent youth involved in the juvenile justice system from being sent to out-of-home placements.Learn More
Juvenile Probation Transformation: Applying the Approach in Lucas County, OH, and Pierce County, WA
Megan Hague Angus
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