This report provided by The Williams Institute is a collection of working papers focused on understanding what is known and what needs to be better understood about the lives and outcomes of LGBTQ youth of color with system involvement.
This groundbreaking report chronicles the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) youth in the New York juvenile justice system and subsequently provides recommendations for advocates and services providers working with LGBTQ+ youth including a call to decriminalize “survival crimes” and advocating for more placement options so that youth can be placed in appropriate environments.
A facilitated panel of young adults (18-25) who identify as BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA+ discuss their experiences suicidal thoughts and/or suicide attempts and what they wish providers could have done to better support them.
In this audiocast, Stanford Sierra Youth & Families spotlights one of their programs that works directly with youth served by probation.
This report summarizes sessions held with youth involved in the foster care and juvenile justice systems in Sacramento, Oakland, and Fresno, California.