The OPEN MINDS Executive Blueprint For Crisis Management: Building Organizational Sustainability & Success In A Disrupted Health & Human Service Market
A 32-week program designed to help executive teams navigate the business, organizational, operational, and culture changes of a market in turbulence. The program, based on the seven-component OPEN MINDS Executive Blueprint, combines a series of 35 live web briefings with online technical assistance and a suite of on-demand resources.
California County Practice Of Charging Juvenile Justice Administrative Fees Undermine Family Stability
The practice used by most California counties to recoup a portion of juvenile justice system costs by charging youths’ families administrative fees for legal representation, detention, and probation undermine family stability and cause financial hardship. Youth in families with debt due to juvenile justice system fees have a greater likelihood of recidivism.
Although fee types and amounts vary by jurisdiction, 54 of California’s 58 counties currently charge families one or more juvenile administrative fees: 49 counties charge families for juvenile detention, 36 charge families for legal counsel, 28 charge families for electronic monitoring, 24 charge families for probation supervision . . .