San Francisco youth-at-risk needs assessment project



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  • Youth -- California -- San Francisco -- Social conditions.,
  • Youth -- Services for -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Libraries and students.,
  • San Francisco (Calif.) -- Social conditions.

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Other titlesYouth at risk.
Statementconducted for Bay Area Library and Information System (BALIS) ; conducted by Marilyn Hope Smulyan.
ContributionsSmulyan, Marilyn Hope., Weisner, Stan., Bay Area Library & Information System.
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The Youth at Risk Program is a unique collaboration between the Peninsula Family YMCA, San Mateo County Probation Department, San Mateo Union High School District, and Foster City Learning Center. Assessment of At-Risk and Special Needs Children [Witt, Joseph C, Elliott, Stephen N, Daly, III, Edward J, Gresham, Frank M, Kramer, Jack J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Assessment of At-Risk and Special Needs Children. The National Institute of Justice and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention developed the bulletin, "Prediction and Risk/Needs Assessment" as part of the Justice Research Series.

This bulletin explores predictions of young adult crime from juvenile histories and assessments of risk, needs, and protective factors. At-Risk Youth Drug/Alcohol Services Probation Drug Court Director Diversion Detention CASA Truancy Peter A. Peterson West 18th Street Port Angeles, WA () FAX () Detention () Detention FAX () Forks Direct Line () Seattle Direct Line () Toll Free 1File Size: KB.

6 Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice: A Guidebook for Implementation Executive Summary Some very positive outcomes can come from sound implementation of a comprehensive risk assessment tool in a probation setting.

It can minimize bias in judgments about youths’ risk to public safety and their case management needs. a program evaluation, model curriculum, or a needs assessment, which does not lead to research activities such as field testing, and is not generalizable to the larger community (meaning that the results will be delivered only to one school or agency for the purpose of quality improvement, and will not be compared with other assessments, etc.

and a youth sensitive needs assessment guide that supports a strong positive working alliance between counsellor and youth was developed.

The project highlights the im­ portance of involving youth in assessing their own needs. Suggestions for supporting workers in needs assessment activities are provided.

The needs assessment guide and. The National Youth Screening & Assessment Partners (NYSAP) is a technical assistance and research group, dedicated to helping juvenile justice programs identify youths’ needs for behavioral health intervention and risk has been working with juvenile justice programs nationwide since We provide training and implementation technical.

in planning and managing a needs assessment is the project manager. “Who is important to have as a member of your Needs Assessment Committee?” Form a Needs Assessment Committee. The members of a Needs Assessment Committee should represent those organizations and individuals that are critical to ensuring commitment and follow-up.

Office of the Controller | City Hall Room1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl., San Francisco, CA | () | [email protected] | - Service 24x7. With the exception of San Francisco, each of California's 58 counties has a probation department that handles both adults and juveniles.

San Francisco has separate departments for adults and juveniles; the adult probation department reports through the Superior Court, while juvenile probation reports through the Mayor's Office and an appointed.

Moved Permanently. nginx. A Practical Guide to Needs Assessment, Third Edition. For fifteen years, A Practical Guide to Needs Assessment has been the go-to text for those who are seeking useful, systematic approaches to needs assessment.

Needs assessment is the first step in training, performance improvement, and community development by: At-risk behaviors are the biggest single problem with youth today, a topic of growing importance in the fields of both counseling and education.

Whether the term "at-risk" connotates a local school districts problems with youth suicide and school dropout, the correction systems concerns about juvenile delinquency, or the health systems concerns with teen pregnancy, child abuse, and.

MCAH Title V Needs Assessment 4. Title V CCS Needs Assessment. CalWORKs Home Visiting Program Evaluation. AFA Package *Updated 5/9/19!* Needs Assessment Resources (Problem Analyses) MCAH TA Webinars. CA County MCAH Data MCAH Marketplace. Intervention Planning Resources and Tools. Youth Involvement and Engagement Assessment Tool.

A key component to positive youth development is to make sure youth not only have quality experiences, but are also fully engaged as active participants. However, this process takes time. It is suggested that organizations and community-based partnerships should assess their programs every six. KeyCriminal’Justice’Reforms’in’San’Francisco’ San FranciscoCity and County has traditionally been a center.

for. progressive criminal. justice. reform.!!File Size: KB. EVALUATION MODELS, APPROACHES, AND DESIGNS— the questions involve a program’s “worth.” Four primary approaches include cost analysis, cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, and return on. Improving the Economic and Life Outcomes of At-Risk Youth Prepared by Robert Ivry and Fred Doolittle MDRC Introduction This paper outlines ideas and strategies to engage alienated and disaffected young people in activities designed to help them acquire skills, gain work experience, and improve their Size: KB.

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MCAH Title V Needs Assessment 4. YPP San Francisco started alongside the Algebra Project at Thurgood Marshall Academic High School (TMAHS) in Marcus Hung, an Algebra Project high school teacher, has been the main advocate in the development of YPP- San Francisco.

He piloted YPP at TMAHS in by training many of his Algebra Project students to be MLWs. The Community Needs Assessment (CNA) is the first step of the planning cycle, and identifies the needs of youth and families in San Francisco.

Data collected in the CNA is subsequently used to inform the Children’s Services Allocation Plan (CSAP) which, in turn, informs the Request for Proposals for services. Effective, evidence-based life skills programs for every age, from pre-K through adult.

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Inventory of Spousal Violence Risk Assessment Tools Used in Canada (Revised ) The original objective of this project was to identify which (if any) spousal violence risk assessment tools are currently being usedby criminal justice personnel (e.g. police, corrections, probation officers)with the goal of preventing future risk andharm to.

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Introduction File Size: KB. Many of the 56 school districts of Nassau County in New York State offer programs to support youth-at-risk.

The programs are diverse, and they vary across districts in availability, effectiveness, and perceived need. This study sought to determine availability, effectiveness, and perceived need of programs which provide at-risk youth with academic support, counseling Author: Elizabeth Gittman.

No young person should find themselves without a safe and stable place to call home. Yet across the country, one in 10 young people ages 12 to 25 will experience some form of homelessness in a given year.

Our Report on Incidence and Needs of Youth and Young Adult Homelessness in San Francisco, produced by Larkin Street’s Research and Evaluation department, provides. At Risk Youth jobs available in California on Apply to Youth Counselor, Child and Youth Program Assistant, Youth Specialist and more!.

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