Youth Reentry Conference 2011

Michigan Youth Reentry Conference:
Inspiring Change for Youth, Families, and Communities

October 28, 2011



Elements of a Strong Reentry Model for Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth, Shay Bilchik

Michigan Juvenile Justice Risk Assessment/ Improving the Effectiveness of Juvenile Programs, Derek Hitchcock, Joe Hall

Cognitive Behavioral Approaches for Trauma-Informed Care, Chris Veihl, Amy Johnson

Crossover Youth: How Systems Can Respond Better to Meet Their Needs, Shay Bilchik

Family Engagement, Kathie Flanery, Brenda Hamlet, Katie Williams, Brittany Kalso, Linda Vander Waal

Michigan Youth Reentry Initiative: Navigating Pathways from Juvenile Justice to Community Mental Health, Derek Hitchcock, Jeni Coxon, Norm Alessi

Principles of Motivational Interviewing, Rick Fairley, Jaimie Clayton

Oakland County Youth Reentry Initiative, Joanna Overall, Pamela Davis, Katherine St. Henry

Overcoming Barriers to Reentry and Education, Michele Corey, Mary Schusterbauer

Effective Interventions with Gangs, Angela Reyes, Mario Dewberry

Adolescent Development: What Are They Thinking?, Michelle Weemhoff, Susan Tremonti

Accessing Community Resources and Public Benefits, Doug Williams, Terry Beurer

Additional Resources

Michigan Youth Reentry Model

Sex Offender Registry laws and updates


This conference was co-sponsored by:

Oakland County Department of Health and Human Services—Children’s Village Division
Crossroads for Youth
Oakland County Circuit Court—Family Division
Michigan Department of Human Services, Bureau of Juvenile Justice 
Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency
Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency

This conference was made possible with support from:
Michigan Committee on Juvenile Justice
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Second Chance Act