Webinar on Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice

Posted by Lisa Martinek
July 02, 2014

Has your jurisdiction experienced a decrease in juvenile justice funding? Are you looking for funding to support home- and community-based services (e.g., alternative placements to detention)? Are you interested in learning how other jurisdictions have implemented a Title IV-E claiming program?

Join Coalition for Juvenile Justice for a webinar on "Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice: The Multnomah County Experience" on August 21 at 3:00pm ET.

The webinar will explain how jurisdictions can leverage Title IV-E of the Social Security Act to support programs and services in their juvenile justice system. Participants will learn about Title IV-E, what types of programs and services can receive Title IV-E reimbursement, and how different stakeholders can support the implementation of a Title IV-E claiming program in their jurisdiction. Participants will gain insight into the lessons learned from the thoughtful, collaborative process executed in Multnomah County, Oregon.

Christina McMahan, Director of the Juvenile Services Division at the Department of Community Justice in Multnomah County, Oregon will serve as presenter.

Register now!