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BlogTalkRadio: Working Collaboratively to Help Crossover Youth
This BlogTalkRadio episode hosted by Lauren Litton featured Shay Bilchik (Director of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform) and two Crossover Youth Practice Model sites (Travis County, TX and Marion County, OR). On the show, they discuss the issue of crossover youth and the CYPM's approach.

Shay Bilchik presenting "Improving Delinquency Outcomes for Abused and Neglected Children: Changing the Paradigm Through Multi-System Collaboration" at the Juvenile Justice in the Age of the Second Chance Act, the Youth Promise Act, and the JJDP Reauthorization Bill: Research Guided Policy Implications for Maximizing Reentry Initiatives for Adolescents congressional briefing on October 26, 2010.

Bilchik, S. (2009, September). Addressing Disparity and Disproportionality: Lessons from Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice. MA JDAI Second Annual Conference, Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Bell, William (27 February 2009).  Keynote Speech.  Social Justice for America's Children and Youth. Sponsored by Georgetown University's Center for Public & Nonprofit Leadership and the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform.

Nash, Michael and Shay Bilchik (2009, Winter). Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice - Two Sides of the Same Coin Part II. Juvenile and Family Justice Today. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 22-25.

Nash, Michael and Shay Bilchik (2008, Fall). Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice: Two Sides of the Same Coin. Juvenile and Family Justice Today. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 16-20.

Bilchik, S. (2007, April). The importance of universal school-based programs in preventing violent and aggressive behavior. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33, 101-103.

Summary Results of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform February 2008 Survey of Juvenile Corrections Administrators and American Probation and Parole Association Members. (Family and Youth Summary -April 2009).


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