Share your perspective through the Family Voices United campaign!
Sometimes young people are involved in BOTH the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. How can those young people and their families be best supported? *
Please provide your answer in 250 words or less. The box will expand as you type.
Your full name (first & last)
Email Address *
State
Phone Number
What role best describes you?
Are you working with any local or state organizations? If so, please share the name and contact info so we can connect!
(Such as a youth board, peer support group, parent partner or kinship support council)
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As the Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018 is being implemented across the country, states and jurisdictions are considering how to better serve young people who experience both the juvenile justice and child welfare system and how to AVOID dual involvement. Want to learn more? Contact info@familyvoicesunited.org with questions.
Please submit by Mar 16th to be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift card!
By submitting your answer, you are providing us and our partners (Casey Family Programs, Children's Trust Fund Alliance, FosterClub and Generations United) permission to feature your perspective through publications, web resources, and social media. We share those resources with policymakers and other stakeholders. We may edit slightly for grammar and clarity without changing the meaning.

If you'd like to see a photo featured as well, please email us at info@familyvoicesunited.org

Want to see how we feature? Check out familyvoicesunited.org!

We will be adding your email to the Family Voices United network to keep in touch and share new opportunities to get involved.
If you have any questions please email info@familyvoicesunited.org.

We will be drawing winners following the deadline. Priority will be given to youth, kinship caregivers and parents who submit.
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