Reports findings from research on crossover youth.
The following resources on Justice were developed by the NCTSN.
Provides an overview of juvenile court evaluation procedures. This webinar highlights how PTSD and risk assessments are utilized within these evaluations and discusses ways to improve their use.
Describes the utility of screening and assessment for trauma in juvenile justice settings.
Outlines the need for trauma-informed screening in juvenile justice settings.
Describes child and adolescent trauma exposure and psychosocial functioning among NCTSN care recipients in residential care.
Highlights what ten things juvenile court judges should know to best meet the needs of traumatized children who come into their system.
Discusses the effects physical abuse, neglect, and domestic violence have on young children. This webinar provides suggestions on how mental health professionals can work with the judicial system to insure these children receive the care and support they need to develop normally.
Presents techniques to use when interviewing children who may have been physically or sexually abused.
Describes the Child Development Community Policy Program.
Discusses the need for mental health professionals to work in collaboration with judges to create a trauma-informed program to help young children in the court.
Describes the purpose and design of the TARGET model of trauma-focused treatment.
Describes the impact of domestic violence on children. This video provides law enforcement officers with concrete information about what they can do when responding to the scene of a domestic violence call.