Report Credits Political Courage, Advocacy For Improving Juvenile Justice System

Print More

On the third floor of a Romanesque church in Bridgeport there is a shabby office with unreliable electrical wiring and a collection of banged up folding chairs. It’s where Family ReEntry, a social service agency, operates its mentoring programs for at-risk youth.

To read the story by the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange click here.

Comments are closed.