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Evaluation report on New York City’s Advocate, Intervene, Mentor program

Date Added to Library: 
Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:50
Individual Author: 
Cramer, Lindsey
Lynch, Mathew
Lipman, Micaela
Yu, Lilly
Astone, Nan Marie
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New York, NY
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Published Date (Date): 
Thursday, October 25, 2018

This report presents the findings of an implementation and outcome evaluation of the Advocate, Intervene, Mentor (AIM) program, a court-mandated juvenile alternative-to-placement program serving probation clients ages 13 to 18 years with high criminogenic risk. The evaluation finds that AIM successfully helps participants avoid out-of-home placement1 and reduce recidivism, as well as pursue and achieve individualized goals to help reduce their risk of reoffending. (Edited author introduction)

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