Representative GrantsWashington, District of Columbia2013
$250,000 To provide information and assistance to county leaders on effective reforms to improve juvenile justice with a focus on Models for Change progress and resources.
Representative GrantsNew York, New York2014
$3,500,000 To support a multi-state campaign to promote juvenile justice systems reform nationally.
Representative GrantsReno, Nevada2013
$2,407,188 To document policy and practice innovations and track systems reform progress and outcomes as part of Models for Change (over two years).
Representative GrantsBoston, Massachusetts2013
$1,000,000 To support the national diffusion of Models for Change innovations in juvenile justice and child welfare systems coordination and integration, and juvenile court probation policies and practices (over two years).
Representative GrantsWilliamsburg, Virginia2013
$405,000 To promote state court leadership for juvenile justice system reform (over two years).