PbS measures and monitors facility practices by collecting and reporting data from administrative records and survey responses from youths, staff and families to provide a holistic picture of the conditions and quality of life in residential facilities, highlights the practices that are effective in promoting youths’ healthy maturation and identifies those that are not. PbS data is reported every April and October. PbS trains staff to use the information to change practices and support reforms implementing the adolescent development approach.
Technical Assistance Opportunity for Reentry Teams: Improving Reentry Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting
The intensive technical assistance will be provided by the PbS Learning Institute and its partners as part of the cooperative agreement with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Office of Justice Programs, US Department of Justice, for the project entitled: Improving Juvenile Reentry Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting.
The application for intensive technical assistance to improve the collection, analysis and reporting of juvenile reentry data is available now and can be completed in two parts:
I. Intent to apply
The intent to apply will let us know your team is interested in becoming a technical assistance site and will be completing the full application when time permits. The intent to apply must be submitted by Monday, July 20, 2020. The complete application must be submitted by Friday, July 31, 2020. Please submit each, Part I and Part II, via email to Patricia Seekell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sites will be selected in August and the work will begin in the fall. We will be monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and in-person meetings and adjust the work accordingly. Please contact us with any questions.
Application is available now: https://pbstandards.org/media/1247/pbsreentry-application-intensivetechnicalassistance.pdf