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Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs

The Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs (IWGYP) is a collaborative effort among 12 federal agencies and 13 departments, to coordinate, streamline, and enhance youth-focused initiatives. The group aims to improve outcomes for young people by sharing resources, research, and best practices, identifying service gaps, and promoting effective strategies. IWGYP fosters cross-agency collaboration to address complex issues impacting youth and support their positive development.

Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs

The Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs (IWGYP) is a collaborative effort among 12 federal agencies and 13 departments, to coordinate, streamline, and enhance youth-focused initiatives. The group aims to improve outcomes for young people by sharing resources, research, and best practices, identifying service gaps, and promoting effective strategies. IWGYP fosters cross-agency collaboration to address complex issues impacting youth and support their positive development.

Judicial Council of California

The Judicial Council of California is the policymaking body of the California courts system. The council oversees the administration of the courts and establishes policies for the courts management and administration, as well as establishes standards of judicial administration. The council consists of 21 voting members, including the Chief Justice of California, other judicial officers, and lawyers appointed by the governor and legislative leaders.

Justice for Vets

Justice for Vets (JFV) is a national non-profit organization that aims to promote veterans treatment courts and support those who serve or have served in the US military. Founded in 2010, JFV provides training, technical assistance, and resources to treatment courts that focus on the needs of veterans who have entered the criminal justice system. The organization works with a range of partners, including veterans organizations, legal groups, and governmental bodies, to increase access to resources and support services for veterans in the justice system. By supporting treatment courts, JFV aims to reduce recidivism, improve outcomes, and enhance public safety.

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