To better assist juvenile and family court judges and system professionals, the NCJFCJ has developed focus areas for its professional resources that include child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, family law, juvenile justice, mental health, model courts, research, substance abuse, technical assistance, and tribal resources.
Resources include training, technical assistance, publications, and cutting-edge research. Teams of experts from within each focus area work to enhance and build on these professional resources on an ongoing basis. Teams also work collaboratively, sharing best practices and developing shared training curricula for the many areas of overlap within the juvenile and family court system.
For more detailed information about a specific focus area and available resources, please click one of the links located to the left.