CJCA's Reducing Isolation in Youth Facilities Training and Technical Assistance (RIYF-TTA) program is a project supported through a partnership between the Center for Coordinated Assistance to the States, The American Institutes for Research, the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University and CJCA.
Here is the CJCA article published in the Corrections Today March / April Issue. Managing Solitude: Reducing the Use of Isolation in Secure Juvenile Confinement Facilities
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