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Produced by the National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice with support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's School-Justice Partnership Program, this series explores the challenges experienced by parents and other caregivers of youth with behavioral health needs in the school context, and how effective family and youth engagement can help overcome these challenges. Episodes share firsthand reflections on the barriers to engagement from the parent, school, and provider perspectives, and discuss strategies to improve youth outcomes by making authentic connections.

Strategies to Build Family and Youth Engagement to Keep Kids in School the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice

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Produced by the National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice with support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's School-Justice Partnership Program, this series explores the challenges experienced by parents and other caregivers of youth with behavioral health needs in the school context, and how effective family and youth engagement can help overcome these challenges. Episodes share firsthand reflections on the barriers to engagement from the parent, school, and provider perspectives, and discuss strategies to improve youth outcomes by making authentic connections.

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