The Evidence-Based Professionals' Monthly - February 2017
Welcome to your EBP Monthly, the periodical for evidence based professionals. Here is your collection of relevant articles, webcasts, grant resources, performance tools and our upcoming events.
Grants & Funding:
- Current funding opportunities from U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs:
Bureau of Justice Assistance, Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Institute of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, etc.
- Current funding opportunities from SAMHSA
Evidence-Based Human & Justice Services:
- Study: Utah No. 2 for putting its money into programs that work
- Report examines mental health needs for prisoner reentry
- Step-by-step guide on fair chance hiring of ex-inmates
- Continuous progress toward behavioral success
- Justice reinvestment in Pennsylvania
- Developing a common language of risk and needs assessment
Youth & Family:
- Studies suggest juvenile detention may lead to long-term health effects
- Raising the age to 18 for adult prosecution
- Connecticut considering raising the age to 21 for adult prosecution
- Racial disparities in youth incarceration
- Resources for translating juvenile justice research into practice
- Prioritizing suicide prevention in juvenile justice
- Will the Trump administration invest in juvenile justice?
- Juvenile Justice Juvenile Newsletter
Attend a Evidence-Based "PATHWAYS" incorporate training and evaluation, community, and technology to help teams efficiently become, and remain evidence-based.
- Employee Performance Appraisals: How To Prep, Write & Deliver, On-Time Reviews Every Time!
Feb. 21, 2017 1:00 pm -3:00 pm (WEBINARS)
- "PATHWAYS" for Human Services: Becoming An Evidence-Based Professional & Organization
March 14-17, 2017 | Miami, FL
- "PATHWAYS" for Justice Services: Evidence-Based Approaches for Working With Re-entering & Justice Involved Citizens
April 5 - 7, 2017 | New Orleans, LA
- Surgeon General’s report on alcohol, drugs, and health
- Report examines adolescent brain development and substance abuse
- Research examines link between alcohol marketing and youth drinking
- Study finds ignition interlocks prevent fatal drunk driving accidents
- Research shows importance of parental attitudes and beliefs in preventing teen substance abuse
- SAMHSA News
Webcasts, Videos, Podcasts:
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