From Evidence-Based Practices to a Comprehensive Intervention Model for High-Risk Young Men
Reducing recidivism and improving employment retention is possible even for the highest risk young people.
A new paper offers solutions for the corrections community to bridge the gap between research-based practices and a fully functioning intervention model for reducing recidivism and keep communities safe. The story of how one organization successfully bridged this gap can inspire the use of evidence-based practices and data-driven programs to help more young people transform their lives. Read the paper (pdf, 28 pages)