Thursday, December 9, 1999
BREAKFAST AND PLANNING MEETINGS BY DISCIPLINE
See handout for room assignments.
will meet with colleagues within their disciplines and with representatives
from their national associations to identify ways that their colleagues
throughout the country and their associations can assist states
and local jurisdictions in adopting a systems approach.
Bilchik, Administrator Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice
Bilchik will discuss the unique challenges and opportunities to
develop a systems approach to interventions for juveniles.
Wykoff, Director Office of Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Tanaka, Executive Vice President, Human Services Associates,
Stern, Special Assistant to the Director, Center for Substance
Abuse Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Ortega, Superintendent, Karl Holton Youth Correctional
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility, California Youth Authority
C. Dodge, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention,
U.S. Department of Justice
will focus on the dynamics of intervention programs for juveniles
at various points of involvement with the justice system. Presenters
will discuss prevention, programs for juveniles in custody, and
aftercare. Emphasis will be given to the need for comprehensive
family services and family involvement in all types of interventions.
The discussion will also encompass the special needs of girls and
juveniles with multiple treatment needs (e.g., co-occurring disorders).
CHALLENGE: A DISCUSSION OF ACTION PLANNING AND NEXT STEPS
Amos, Deputy Director Corrections Program Office
spokespersons from: Wyoming, Oregon, Maryland, Cook County
team member from these three states and one local jurisdiction,
each of which has made significant progress in implementing a systems
approach, will discuss the obstacles they overcame and lessons learned
in implementing the types of changes discussed at the Assembly.
Participants will be encouraged to ask questions about the implementation
of their specific action steps.
Meachum, Director Corrections Program Office, Office of Justice
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