Fallout: Consequences of Youthful Offenses
University Behavioral Health Care
This 6-hour online course explores the various collateral consequences that justice-involved youth and their family will face as soon as they enter the system. The course will further examine the evolution of direct and indirect consequences of the system, and how it varies across the country. In addition, the impact of socioeconomic factors, race, and system players will also be discussed. Students will gain a broad understanding of the obstacles that youth face as a result of their contact with the juvenile justice system, and strategies for effectuating change.
Dates12/07/2023 - 12/14/2023
Times1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
# of Hours 6
Format Instructor-Led Online
Instructors Chatman, Tameka (Program Coordinator)
Callari, Michelle (INSTRUCTOR)
Location Zoom, Webinar, Virtual Classroom
This 6-hour course, offered in two 3-hour sessions, is designed for a wide range of disciplines and open to all those interested in the juvenile justice system. Course participants may include Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Professionals, Probation and Court Service Professionals, Judges, Social Workers, Prosecuting Attorneys, Public Defenders, Guardians Ad Litem and Child Law Attorneys, Educational Staff and Advocates, Behavioral Health Providers and Clinicians, Federal, State, and Local Policy Makers and Advocates, and other professionals working with justice-involved youth.
Withdrawal from Individual Courses (for those NOT registered for the Full Certificate Program only):
Withdrawal from individual courses must be submitted in writing via email to email@example.com no less than three (3) full business days before the first class session begins in order to receive a full refund, less a $50.00 processing fee. If you do not notify us in writing at least three (3) business days prior to the start of the first class session, you will not receive any refund but, in lieu of a refund, you may request a credit towards a future course offered by the Juvenile Justice and Youth Development Certificate Program, which must be used within 12 months after issue date.
$ 325 Registration