Informational Workshops

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Informational Workshop: California Prison Industry Authority Labor Programs within Division of Juvenile Justice Institutions
November 4, 2022

Informational Workshop: California Prison Industry Authority Labor Programs within Division of Juvenile Justice Institutions

Topic 1: Developing Labor Programs within California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation facilities:

The implementation of California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) adult Career Technical Education (CTE) labor programs within Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) institutions. What steps did PIA take to establish, develop, and maintain a partnership with local labor unions to implement a labor pre-apprentice program with DJJ and adult facilities.  

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Informational Workshop: Youth in Foster Care: Building Out Your Continuum of Care From Family Finding to Complex Needs
October 28, 2022

This virtual workshop will include information on the complex care funding, how to access it, and how it can apply to support youth in your care. Additionally, there will be an overview of the new Center of Excellence which will support Family Finding and Engagement, the Flexible Family Support Funding, and the Family Finding and Engagement Funding signed into the state budget in July 2022.

Watch herehttps://youtu.be/MnC_SqESuLM

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Informational Workshop: Probation and Community College Partnerships for Justice Impacted Youth
October 21, 2022

Strong partnerships between Juvenile Probation Departments and Community Colleges change lives. When robust college programs are offered to juvenile-justice impacted youth, we see young people thriving. We will feature best practices, lessons learned, and continuing challenges from Juvenile Probation Departments who have successfully partnered with community colleges. We will also cover the new and upcoming Rising Scholars Youth Justice Initiative which will use $15 million to fund programs for detained, supervised, and released youth at 45 Community Colleges.

Watch herehttps://youtu.be/-VB30Nx5F9g

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Informational Workshop: Review of Separation Laws in Juvenile Facilities
October 14, 2022

Informational Workshop: Review of Separation Laws in Juvenile Facilities

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) will review the Federal Core Requirements for Separation in juvenile detention facilities and share some scenarios that will provide guidance to juvenile detention facility operators. Additionally, BSCC will review recent questions and hypothetical scenarios involving recent changes in state legislation so that participants can understand how to apply the federal rule in their facilities.

Watch here: https://youtu.be/wU5-Q5ZOIZE

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Informational Workshop: Proposed Secure Youth Treatment Facility Offense-Based Classification Matrix
September 23, 2022

Informational Workshop: Proposed Secure Youth Treatment Facility Offense-Based Classification Matrix

SB 92 required the Judicial Council of California (JCC) to adopt an offense-based classification matrix by July 1, 2023. In developing this matrix, the JCC was to be advised by a workgroup of stakeholders including representatives from probation, among others. The workgroup has started its work and the JCC has released a preliminary draft of the matrix for review by the JCC Family and Juvenile Law Advisory Committee. A final draft is expected to go out for comment in late September.

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Informational Workshop: SB 823 Implementation Reentry Services for Youth Exiting the Division of Juvenile Justice
August 19, 2022

Informational Workshop: SB 823 Implementation Reentry Services for Youth Exiting the Division of Juvenile Justice

This free webinar focuses on two programs that can provide needed assistance to youth and young adults exiting DJJ. Our first speaker will focus on a new program, the Transitional Housing for Youth Discharging from DJJ, administered by the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC). The Transitional Housing program currently has a Request for Information out to gather information from interested parties on who might be a willing organization(s) to contract with the state to provide housing assistance to youth/young adults exiting DJJ and are at risk of being homeless.