Chicago’s Unprecedented Juvenile Detention Experiment
On this week’s podcast we discuss a foster care capacity crisis in Texas, promising programs and bad facilities in Los Angeles, and former foster youth getting positions of leadership in federal government.
In the early 2010s, Chicago’s juvenile detention center got a much-needed physical overhaul. Its leadership at the time used the opportunity to set up a gold-standard trial to test a new approach to engaging the youth inside. Juvenile detention expert David Roush joins us to talk about what they found and what’s happened since.
Healers in The System: From the Health Field to Child Welfare Leadership
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Virtual Town Hall on Pandemic Assistance for Foster Youth
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