07/13/18 The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) will host a webinar on 7-24-18 at PM to discuss the NHSC Site application.
Eligibility requirements and the application process for Providers to offer federal educational loan repayment to staff will be discussed. Cuomo today announced the award of approximately million to expand residential addiction treatment services in New York City.
Two recent OJJDP-funded research briefs explore the effectiveness of mentoring programs serving youth involved in the justice system.
In , researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio discuss the effectiveness of Youth Advocate Program’s (YAP) advocacy-based approach to mentoring in reducing delinquency and other risk behaviors.
Researchers found that: Participants in the YAP program demonstrated self-reported improvements in connectedness to school (i.e., how positively they feel about school and teachers, and how hard they work to be successful academically and to maintain teacher relationships) as corroborated by increased academic engagement (i.e.
participation and interest in school), and greater pursuit of employment from program entry to discharge.
Programs serving youth reentering communities after periods of incarceration, while frequently cover these same domains, often provide services that are more intense and that include additional areas of emphasis on creating a stable foundation for ongoing success and on compliance with terms of probation or post-release supervision.06/26/18 Do you need more clinicians to keep up with increased demand for your services?Would you like to expand services, but need more staff? The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) invites health care provider organizations to apply to become a National Health Service Corps (NHSC)-approved site.Mentoring is a widely-used prevention and intervention strategy for supporting youth who are involved in the criminal justice system.Often these programs emphasize mentoring relationships for youth who are early in their engagement in the juvenile justice system or diverting them from involvement altogether ⎯ after an initial arrest or in lieu of sentencing for a minor crime.