Learning Programs

Crossover Youth Practice Model (CYPM)

A Learning Program for NYC Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Professionals

About Crossover Youth Practice Model

The Crossover Youth Practice Model (CYPM) is a multi-agency, cross-system practice model that aims to address the needs of youth involved in both child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Its core goal is to reduce further youth involvement in the juvenile justice system in a manner that is consistent with the needs and best interests of the youth and the need for the protection of the community. CYPM was developed by the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University. In New York City, it is a joint initiative of ACS, Department of Probation (DOP), and Family Court. The model is currently being piloted in the Bronx and Brooklyn but will soon be incorporated as a best practice for crossover youth citywide.

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for all levels of staff in child protection, juvenile justice, preventive, and foster care, and those who interact with youth in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.

Benefits of the Program

Participants will:
• Be better able to meet the needs and address the issues facing crossover youth.
• Take the knowledge they gain back to their programs and serve as a resource for their colleagues as well as use the acquired skills on their own crossover cases.

Course Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites required to take this course.

Course Components

Once enrolled in the course, learners will complete:
• An interactive, half-day instructor led workshop.

Completion of all components is necessary to receive a Certificate of Completion.

Continuing Education Units

There are no CEUs associated with this course.

Upcoming Dates