The Juvenile Justice Mentoring Network (JJMN) is a collaboration of 11 mentoring programs in Connecticut that collectively provide quality-based mentoring services to low and medium risk juvenile offenders to help reduce recidivism rates. The Mentoring programs are funded, in part, by the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Court Support Services Division (CSSD). The JJMN provides an array of wrap-around services, including mental health screening, assessing trauma, family engagement, pro-social and life skills, and more.
This is a network provider meeting that is held bi-monthly.
Only Juvenile Justice Mentoring Network providers should attend