Improving Outcomes: How A New Financing Model Shaped Detroit Wayne-County's JJ System The following excerpt from the book, "Advocating Success: A Groundbreaking Approach to Juvenile Justice," discusses how Wayne County, Michigan transformed their juvenile justice system. At the core of this transformation was a change in the management and financing of care within the county. Contracts were awarded to six non-profit entities creating the Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) and to five Care Management Organizations (CMO). The state's Child Care Fund (CCF), with a 50/50 match of county and state funds, was used to . . .
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