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An important ingredient of Linking Systems of Care is documenting the journey. These videos offer insights from the project Steering Committee Members, outside experts from other disciplines and members of the demonstration site teams.

Linking Systems of Care Reflections on Capstone Lessons Learned

NCJFCJ Steering Committee

Members of the Linking Systems of Care Steering Committee and selected project staff respond to interview questions that will inform a fall of 2020 Capstone publication, Linking Systems of Care: Three Guiding Principles, Four States, and Five Early Lessons in Systems Change. The goal of this video montage is to provide a preview of the final capstone publication and the framework used to gather information. The comprehensive publication will document key challenges and solutions, so that future initiatives attempting to link systems of care will have a clearer path forward.
Date added: April 10, 2020

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2019

During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, 2019, members of the Linking Systems of Care Steering Committee, Demonstrations Sites, National Technical Assistance Provider, and Demonstration Sites shared the project’s Guiding Principles value statements. These statements are what we believe child serving systems need to better serve children, youth, families, and caregivers wo have experienced victimization or been exposed to violence. There is no better way to commemorate, Honoring Our Past and Creating Hope for the Future.
Date added: April 16, 2019

Hon. Ramona Gonzalez

NCJFCJ Steering Committee Member

Q1. Why would the Vision 21: LSC project be important to a judge?
Q2. How does trauma impact families? 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Nicole Camp

Program Manager, Montana Board of Crime Control

Q1. What advise would you give future demonstration sites? 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Laurie Crawford

Project Manager, Virginia Department of Social Services

Q1: What is the biggest success of the Vision 21: LSC project so far? 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Isaiah Pickens, PhD

Assistant Director, National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Q1. How does trauma impact children and youth? 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Caren Harp

Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Liberty University of Law

Q1. Tell us a little about the NCJFCJ's National Steering Committee for the Vision 21: LSC project. 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Bethany Case

Victim Justice Program Specialist, Office for Victims of Crime

Q1. What role does the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) play in the Vision 21: LSC project? 

Date added: October 24, 2018

Amy Lommen

Research Associate, University of Montana

Q1. What kind of help do you request from technical assistance providers (e.g., NCJFCJ)? Q2. What advice do you have for other demonstration sites?
Date added: October 24, 2018