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Adolescence Delinquency

1. First article,
Darbouze, K. (n.d.). Rehabilitative methods and the
affect on juvenile delinquents. Retrieved from
http://drum.lib.umd.edu/bitstream/1903/10097/1/Da rbouze,%20Kelie.pdf

The purpose of this article is to examine rehabilitative programs and set the therapeutic methods to aid juvenile delinquents with re-entering society. This study evaluates the techniques of the rehabilitation program and their therapeutic methods. The purpose is to find the effectiveness of addressing juvenile delinquents’ personal needs such as getting assistance with substance abuse treatment, job placement, skill training, housing, and social interactions with peers and family. This program combines the therapeutic treatment with the focus on their personal needs. This program evaluates the effectiveness on juveniles because they tend to return to the justice system and have high rates of recidivism.

1. Second article,
Call, C. (2012). Juvenile justice and delinquency
prevention. Retrieved from
http://www.socialworkers.org/pressroom/swMonth/2012/toolkit/standards/Juvenile%20Justice%20and%20Delinquency%20Prevention.PDF

The Juvenile justice systems are for dealing with young people who are under 18 years of age and violate the laws with their delinquent behavior. As you know, these youth still have a right to receive fair treatment under the law. There are many critical issues that these juveniles deal with and that the professionals helping them must face. Some of these critical issues include rehabilitation, and confinement. Social workers must be knowledgeable and resourceful to give their best to their clients. Specialized agencies and social workers must do their role to improve the education and outcome of these juveniles. They can do this by communicating with the school system and school social workers to develop strategies focus on reducing suspensions and improving services for youth with special education....
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