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In 2023, the NCJFCJ’s work impacted approximately 4 million families, across the nation. The team fulfilled nearly 550 requests for technical assistance and trained approximately 7,500 judges, judicial officers, attorneys, and other juvenile and family-court related professionals, across the nation.

Requests for technical assistance in 2023
Judges, judicial officers, attorneys, and other juvenile and family court-related professionals trained in 2023

NCJFCJ in the State of Montana

Work and Impact


Requests for technical assistance in 2023.


Trained judges, judicial officers, attorneys, and other juvenile and family court-related professionals working to protect Montana’s children, families, and survivors in our communities in 2023.


Judicial and Associate Members in Montana.

The NCJFCJ conducted the Albany County Integrated Juvenile Treatment Court Site Visit in Laramie. Activities included observing the juvenile drug treatment court (JDTC) team practices, providing feedback and training on recommended practice, and facilitating team and stakeholder discussions on current program referrals, risk needs assessment, case planning, and treatment planning processes and coordination.

NCJFCJ team members attended the 2023 Tribal Court Improvement Program’s annual conference in Polson. The event offered a valuable opportunity for the Tribal Court Improvement Programs community to convene in person following the COVID-19 pandemic. The event also focused on addressing gaps in tribal court services and fostering collaboration among diverse organizations to support the success of Tribal Court Improvement Programs.

A justice system professional from Montana attended the 2023 All Technical Assistance Provider Training and Technical Assistance for a Changing World meeting. Participants heard presentations on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, copyright and ownership of technical assistance resources, training and technical assistance for sexual assault service providers, and the use of social media to engage the community.

Judges and justice system professionals from Montana received specialized child welfare, domestic violence, and juvenile justice training on current and cutting-edge topics and research during the NCJFCJ’s Annual Conference and National Conference on Juvenile Justice.

Judicial system professionals from Montana attended the Courting Judicial Excellence: A Juvenile Justice Judicial Training Institute. The Institute, sponsored by the Council for State Governments and the NCJFCJ and with funding from the State Justice Institute, provided an intensive and interactive 4.5-day program designed to give participants increased knowledge, practical tools, and an essential foundation of best practices to use in delinquency cases.

The Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana in Missoula is a Law School Member of the NCJFCJ

The state of Montana contributes juvenile court data to the National Juvenile Court Data Archive, funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Donald B. Gimbel of Livingston is a Sustaining Member and a Board Director of the NCJFCJ. Judge John W. Parker of Great Falls is a Board Director of the NCJFCJ.

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