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11/09/17
Webinar
Opioid Addiction & Treatment in Tribal Communities

Opioids are decimating communities across the nation. This webinar will discuss the challenges of opioid addiction and recovery. The rise of both prescription drug abuse and the return of heroin means that many communities, particularly…

11/02/17
Webinar
Neuropharmacology and Neuroscience of Addiction: Understanding the Brain Science

Understanding both psychopharmacology and addiction are very important for professionals who work with people struggling with substance abuse. Working with addicts can be difficult, because addicts may behave in ways that are difficult for non-addicts…

10/13/17
Video
NCJFCJ's 10 Steps for Presenting Evidence in Court

When you go to court, you will give information (called “evidence”) to a judge who will decide your case. This evidence may include information you or someone else tells to the judge (“testimony”) as well…

10/13/17
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NCJFCJ's 10 Ways to Find Help with Your Case

If you are the victim of domestic violence and need legal help, this guide will help you find someone who can help you with your case. A lawyer who knows about domestic violence may be…

09/22/17
Webinar
Using Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) to Create Your Perfect Juvenile Drug Treatment Court

CQI is a process that can help juvenile justice organizations, including Juvenile Drug Courts, use their own data to continually improve services with the goal of achieving the best possible outcomes for youth. Regularly assessing…

07/28/17
Webinar
Trauma-Informed Court Systems: A Webinar for Tribal Communities

Are you interested in learning how courts are valuing tradition while recognizing trauma? Join us for a free webinar to hear how trauma-informed courts can improve outcomes for Native youth and families! Research continues to…

02/06/17
Webinar
Developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Your School-Justice Partnership

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) is a critical document in establishing coordinated efforts in a school–justice partnership. An MOU is a multilateral agreement among multiple parties intended to express a common vision and line of action. MOUs in school-justice partnerships represent a collective commitment among…

10/25/16
Webinar
Engaging Educators in School-Justice Partnerships

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, in partnership with the National Association of School Boards of Education and supported by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s School Justice Collaboration Program,…

08/26/16
Webinar
The Role of the School Resource Officer in Schools

Webinar panelists will discuss the interrelated responsibilities between law enforcement agencies and school administrators to ensure appropriate placement of school resource officers (SROs). Participants will learn how SROs should be properly utilized to resolve school-based…

08/11/16
Webinar
The Essential Elements for Providing Trauma-Informed Services for Justice-Involved Youth and Families

Using the 8 essential elements for a trauma-informed approach in juvenile justice settings, this webinar will review necessary considerations when providing support services for justice-involved youth and their families. Building on these essential elements, panelists…

08/08/16
Webinar
Strong Collaborative, Strong Families: Co-located Domestic Violence Services Within Child Welfare

This webinar will highlight the important work done in two different states to increase collaboration between child welfare and domestic violence agencies. Panelists from New Jersey and Ohio will describe the use of co-located advocates,…

07/26/16
Webinar
Right Kid, Right Time, Right Program

Determining which youth are eligible for your juvenile drug court can be challenging. This webinar session will help teams use all of the information they have gathered about each youth to create a gated approach…