Read about how tribes are connecting justice-involved youth with treatment, counseling, healthy social activities, family supports, cultural programming, mentoring, and other critical services. These programs seek to protect youth from a future of crime and incarceration and build a new generation of tribal leaders.
The Gang Resistance Education And Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is an evidence-based violence prevention curriculum that brings law enforcement officers into the classroom to work with students.
Originally funded through an OJJDP Demonstration grant as one of three Green Reentry pilot programs, youth find an opportunity to heal physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through learning to grow traditional foods and explore other sustainable practices.