Youth Involvement In The Child Welfare And Juvenile Justice Systems: A Case Of Double Jeopardy?

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Child Welfare League of Amer, 2004 - Law - 106 pages
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This book uses interviews to illustrate the viewpoints of foster youth who are involved with the juvenile justice system and then identifies innovative programs that address their special issues as they overlap the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

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Contents

Literature Review
7
The Studys Method
17
Interviews with Child Welfare
23
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Freundlich is Policy Director for Children's Rights, Inc., New York, NY. She is a social worker and lawyer whose work has focused on child welfare policy and practice for the past decade. Ms. Freundlich holds master's degrees in social work and public health and a JD and LLM.

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