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Researching the Referral Stage of Youth Mentoring in Six Juvenile Justice Settings: An Exploratory Analysis
J. Mitchell Miller (au)
This report examines the referral stage of the mentoring process across six juvenile justice system settings (Juvenile Corrections, Juvenile Detention, Juvenile Probation, Delinquency Court, Youth/Teen Court, and Dependency Court). As a low-cost delinquency prevention and intervention option that capitalizes on the resources of local communities and caring individuals, mentoring has emerged as a promising delinquency reduction strategy for at-risk or high-risk youth. This report considers the following issues: (1) the best practices in identifying and referring youth to mentoring programs across district juvenile justice settings; (2) the capacity of the mentoring community to support the youth identified for mentoring from six juvenile justice settings; (3) the quality of mentoring programs across the juvenile justice settings; (4) what intermediate outcomes are achieved by mentoring throughout the settings? Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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