Resources in Justice – Juvenile
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The Colorado River Indian Tribes include four distinct Tribes – the Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi and Navajo. There are currently about 4,277 active Tribal members. The CRIT Tribal Government includes more … Continue reading “Colorado River Indian Tribes”
“The Yavapai Justice and Mental Health Coalition works in collaboration with of our justice partners, service agencies and individual members to offer support to our community. We recognize the challenges … Continue reading “Yavapai Justice and Mental Health Coalition”
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA volunteers are everyday people appointed by a judge to speak up for abused and neglected children in court. CASA of Arizona and … Continue reading “CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates”
DNA is an acronym for the Navajo phrase Dinébe’iiná Náhiiłna be Agha’diit’ahii which means attorneys who work for the economic revitalization of The People. DNA People’s Legal Services is an … Continue reading “DNA People’s Legal Services”
Juvenile Diversion and Restorative Justice Intervention Programs. Free resources and referrals for counseling services.
They are dedicated to enhancing the legal rights of crime victims in the civil, criminal, and juvenile justice systems. VALOR has provided leadership on research and reform in the areas … Continue reading “Victim’s Assistance Legal Organization”