Family-Based Justice Center Presents

At National Association of Sentencing Commissions Conference


Senior Research Scholar Sandy Mullins and Research Scholar Isabel Coronado presented at the National Association of Sentencing Commissions Conference in Portland, Oregon, on family-based alternative programs (FBAP). The Litmus program’s Family-Based Justice Center (FBJC) provides training and technical assistance to Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention FBAP grantees and the broader public. Family-based alternative programs are state and local alternative sentencing efforts to, in lieu of incarceration, keep parents/primary caregivers and children together in the community with comprehensive programming and wraparound services. Mullins and Coronado were joined by presenters involved in Oregon’s FBAP pilot.

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