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Dependency and Delinquency in SYNC (Serving Youth in Newton County, Georgia)

Published Dec 11, 2014, RFK National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice

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Youth who touch both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, known as dual status youth, present complex, resource-intensive cases and tend to experience poor outcomes. A new report, Dependency and Delinquency in SYNC, describes how courts can support community efforts to integrate and coordinate youth-serving system and improve outcomes for dual status youth, and demonstrates how these strategies have been successfully implemented in Newton County’s (Georgia) project: Serving Youth in Newton County (SYNC). This report was released as part of the National Center for State Courts’ Future Trends in State Courts.

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