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Juvenile Offenders Reintegration highlights the challenges youth face upon reentering their communities, homes, schools, and workforce from juvenile justice residential placement. They refer to reentry as those activities and tasks that prepare youth placed out-of-home for reentry into their families and communities.  Planning, services, and support should focus on five issues identified for successful reentry: Family, substance abuse, peer association/friends, school conflict/achievements, and mental, behavioral, and physical health. 


The More Amour Foundation will commit to supporting juvenile offender reintegration via various programs and initiatives. 


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