These in-depth how-to documents serve as convenient references. Subjects include: how to design an in-school-after-school-program; how to assess individuals; how to serve a specific populations such as individuals with psychiatric disabilities; how to build and sustain partnerships among an array of state and local agencies; how to finance transition services for youth; and how to design universally accessible facilities and programs.
This is a guide providing professionals with an overview of transition for justice-involved youth, including promising practices and areas requiring further attention by policymakers.Read More
This is a workbook that helps adults make informed decisions about teaching youth about their rights and responsibilities in disclosing a disability and helping to support youth in the process of disclosure.Read More
This resource has been developed to assist workforce development policymakers and program operators in assessing their ability to meet the needs of their customers.Read More
InfoBrief presenting successful programs and strategies to help youth and young adults with mental health needs successfully transition to employment and independence.Read More
This is a resource from our Guideposts series highlighting experiences, supports, and services relevant to improving transition for youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in the juvenile justice system.Read More