Juvenile Justice Day Services (JJD) 8: Education Services
The organization provides or arranges for youth to receive education services and supports that help them catch up in school and advance to the highest possible level of academic achievement.
Organizations that do not provide educational services on-site should coordinate with community-based providers to meet the educational needs of youth. When organizations do not directly provide or arrange education services, case records should indicate that education plans are integrated into service plans and document advocacy for areas of unmet educational need.
NAThe organization provides services in the after-school or evening hours, only.
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Juvenile Justice Day Services promote public safety and reduce the need for out-of-home placements by allowing youth to reside in their communities while they address problems and develop the attitudes and skills needed to make responsible choices, avoid negative behaviors, and become productive, connected, and law-abiding members of their communities.