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Webinar: Family-Engaged Case Planning in Youth Probation (9/14)

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

Pan­elists include:

  • 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

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