The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently published a short video detailing the system of care in Clayton County, Georgia, designed to support young men of color from dropping out of school and becoming involved with the juvenile justice system. From RWJF: “[Clayton County has] partnered with local organizations, juvenile courts, and school districts to provide comprehensive services to help young males achieve in the classroom, develop career goals and make healthy decisions.”
This system of care aligns well with the Reclaiming Futures model, focusing on engaging the community at large, and the services available within, to help teens make better decisions and develop into healthy adults.
See the video below for more:
Cora Crary manages the creation, development and implementation of tools and resources for the Reclaiming Futures learning collaborative. In this role, Cora assists sites with their use of the website, online resources, webinars and related tools. Prior to working with Reclaiming Futures, Cora spent six years managing and developing website projects. Cora received her bachelor's degree at The Evergreen State College.
Updated: February 08 2018