The Annie E. Casey Foundation is hosting a webinar that introduces family-engaged case planning to juvenile justice agencies and their partners. The hour-long session will take place at 1 p.m. ET on Sept. 14.
Family-engaged case planning is a new model for the initial stage of the juvenile probation process, when probation officers formulate case plans in close collaboration with young people and their families. This approach — and the Foundation’s larger vision for transforming juvenile probation — better aligns with research on youth development and how to best support behavior change and growth in young people.
During the one-hour webinar, presenters will discuss what family-engaged case planning is, why it is necessary to transform probation and how it departs from standard juvenile probation practice.
Date and time: 1 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
Moderator Annie Salsich, consultant with Harley Consulting Group;
Ana Bermudez, commissioner of the New York City Department of Probation;
Steve Bishop, associate director for probation and system transformation with the Casey Foundation;
Jeannette Bocanegra-Simon, executive director of Justice for Families; and
Miracle Teo, youth ambassador of the Santa Clara Juvenile Probation Department and former Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Youth Advisory Council member
Read the Annie E Casey Vision for Transforming Juvenile Probation
Check Out the Annie E Casey Foundation Family-Engaged Case Planning Practice Guide