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Guidebook for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration

Published Dec 8, 2008, Child Welfare League of America, Janet Wiig, with John A. Tuell (revised in 2008)

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Built from years of collaborative expertise and experience, the newly revised Guidebook for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration: A Framework for Improved Outcomes continues to use a comprehensive framework to guide state and local jurisdictions in achieving greater system coordination and integration for children, youth and families that populate multiple youth serving systems. The Guidebook utilizes current research, best practice, and highlights numerous examples from jurisdictions across the country that have worked diligently to develop new practices, policies, procedures and protocols that will serve to improve the outcomes for multi-system children, youth and their families. (Originally published 12/08/2004; revised in 2008)


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