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Youth Advocate Programs Policy and Advocacy Center publishes "Safely Home"

by ATS Staff on 07/14/14

A new report published by the Youth Advocate Programs Policy and Advocacy Center finds that:

  • More than 8 of 10 youth remained arrest-free and 9 of 10 were at home after completing their community-based programs.
  • Intensive programs based in the community can serve 3 to 4 youth safely for the same cost as incarcerating one child.

Advanced Trauma Solutions, Inc. is excited to be partnering with the Connecticut Judicial Branch's Court Support Services Division to provide intensive trauma services to youth enrolled in Connecticut's Children, Youth, and Family Support Centers - community-based programs aimed at providing services to youth engaged in the juvenile justice system in Connecticut. 

To read the full report, click here!