• July/August 2005
  • Vol. 6, No. 6


  • Youth Who Sexually Offend
    Clinicians, juvenile justice workers, and other professionals who work with juvenile sexual offenders will find a range of information in a recent volume of the "Journal of Child Sexual Abuse."...

  • African-American Children in Child Welfare
    Two recent books look at the child welfare system from the perspective of serving African-American children. "Race Matters in Child Welfare: The Overrepresentation of African American Children...

  • Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services (BRYCS) Spotlights Program Challenges and Resources
    The May spotlight article on the BRYCS website "Refugee Children Without Their Parents: Guardianship, Kinship Care, and Foster Care," examines programming challenges and resources for...

  • Tips for Conducting Program Evaluations
    Need help with conducting program evaluations and already have a full plate? The first in a series of quarterly tip sheets from the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs may provide the assistance...

  • New Resource for Social Work Research
    The National Association of Social Workers website now has a research section (www.socialworkpolicy.org/research) that provides information to inform policy, practice, and education. Developed...

  • Federal Grant Writing Toolkit
    The ARC (Accessing Resources for Community and Faith-Based Organizations) Initiative, a project of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's National Training and Technical...