Representative GrantsBoston, Massachusetts2011
$250,000 To train and provide technical assistance on juvenile justice and child welfare systems coordination and integration based on Models for Change methods, resources, and tools (over two years)
Representative GrantsChicago, Illinois2012
$1,000,000 To sustain Illinois Models for Change and advance juvenile justice system reform in the state.
Representative GrantsReno, Nevada2013
$2,675,000 To document policy and practice innovations and track systems reform progress and outcomes as part of Models for Change (over two years).
Representative GrantsSeattle, Washington2012
$145,000 To enhance the quality of legal representation and access to counsel in delinquency proceedings as part of Washington Models for Change.
$465,000 To provide technical assistance and training to the National Youth Screening Assistance Project on policies and practices to screen and assess mental health conditions and risk for re-offending youth in the Models for Change states.