The 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice has been rescheduled to November 8-11, 2020 and will be virtual.
Join the NCJFCJ for the 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice, as we present this vital and important educational opportunity for judges, probation officers, detention facility employees, and other stakeholders in the juvenile justice system. This conference will explore gaps in services, discover new and improved practices, share cutting edge research, and motivate participants to explore positive case outcomes for youth involved in the delinquency system.
Some of the featured topics will include alternatives to detention, trauma-informed justice, cross-over youth, deep-end youth, teen dating violence, ending solitary confinement, domestic sex trafficking of minors, anti-shackling alternatives, racial and ethnic disparity, school pathways to the justice system, brain science, child development, mental health, juvenile, and family treatment drug courts, LGBTQ issues in the juvenile justice system, and unaccompanied minors in immigration.
Who Should Attend
This conference is designed for a wide range of disciplines and open to all those interested in the improvement of the juvenile justice system.
Thank You Sponsors
Conference App Sponsor
Conference Tote Sponsor
American Drug Screen Corporation
Children’s Behavioral Solutions
Handel Information Technologies, Inc.
JusticeWorks YouthCare Inc.
Kidlink Treatment Services
National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice
National Institute of Justice
National Runaway Safeline
National TA Network for Children’s Behavioral Health
New Hope Treatment Centers
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Parenting with Love and Limits
Rite of Passage, Inc.
Sequel Youth and Family Services
Stetson School, an Affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation
Youth for Tomorrow
Sponsorship, Advertising, and Exhibit Opportunities
We invite you to take advantage of this incredible opportunity to share your companies information during the NCJFCJ’s 2020 National Conference on Juvenile Justice.