Severe Mental Illness among Louisiana’s Incarcerated
Juvenile Justice SERVICES NAT’L CONTEXT
LOUISIANA SCREENING & ASSESSMENT
LOUISIANA Juvenile Justice SERVICES
DATA on LA YOUTH SERVICE NEEDS
LOUISIANA JJ SERVICE REFORM LAST FIVE YEARS
LOUISIANA JJ SERVICES RECOMMENDATIONS
Service Referral Matrix, click here.
Fostering Movement Towards Evidence-Based Screening, Assessment, and Treatment
Evidence of Better Practice in Louisiana’s JJS
LA JJ Screening, Assessment, & Treatment Services Inventory
Strategic Implementation of EBPS (EBP Selection Guide)
Implementing Evidence-based Practices in a Louisiana Juvenile Drug Court
Effective Tools for Local/State Probation Offices
Indicators of Success: Developing System and Youth Outcome Measures for Juvenile Justice Agencies
Professional Development for Key Decision Makers in Juvenile Court: Strengthening the Juvenile-Specific Knowledge and Capabilities of Prosecutors, Defenders, and Judges
Local Detention Reform Leading to State Adoption of Best Practice Detention Standards
Model for Effective Implementation of Evidence Based Practices
University Partnerships as a Strategy for Promoting Data-Driven Decision Making in Juvenile Justice
Childs, K., Ryals, J., Frick, P., & Phillippi, S. (2011). Jefferson Parish Youth Outcomes Study.
Published by Models for Change, an initiative of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Available here.
Phillippi, S. (2012) Socio-demographic variables predicting formal vs. informal juvenile justice system handling and associated outcomes. Journal of Forensic Social Work, 2 (1), 45-68.
Phillippi, S. (2012). Family engagement is discovering what the family is motivated for.
Children’s Advocacy and the Law Resources Online. Available at http://www.clarola.org/directory/resources/best-practices/331.
Childs, K., Ryals, J., Frick, P., Lawing, K., Phillippi, S., & DePrato, D. (2013). Examining the validity of the Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY) for predicting probation outcomes among adjudicated juvenile offenders. Journal of Law and Human Behavior, 31(2), 256-270.
Phillippi, S., Cocozza, J., & DePrato, D. (2013). Advancing evidence-based practices for juvenile justice reform through community development. Journal of Community Practice, 21 (4), 434-450. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10705422.2013.849636
Walker, S., Bumbarger, B., & Phillippi, S. (2015). Achieving successful evidence-based practice implementation in juvenile justice: The importance of diagnostic and evaluative capacity. Journal of Evaluation and Program Planning. 52, 189-197. DOI: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2015.05.001 Available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0149718915000609
Scharf, P. & Phillippi, S. (2015). The social ecology of youth violence: Implications for evidence-based community crime prevention. U.S. Congressional Briefing- Youth Violence Subcommittee. Preventing Violence: Evidence-Based Programs and Policies to Promote Positive Youth Development. Washington, DC.
Pelligrino, N., Phillippi, S., Scribner, R., Zaitzow, B. & Sothern, M. (2016). Incarcerated black women in the southern United States: A systematic literature review of STI and HIV risk and prevention revealing implications for future public health research, practice and policy. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Disparities. TBD. DOI: 10.1007/s40615-015-0194-8
Phillippi, S. & DePrato, D. (2009). Assessment and treatment of juvenile offenders. In Principles of Child and Adolescent Forensic Mental Health. E. Benedek, P. Ash, and C. Scott (eds). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
DePrato, D. & Phillippi, S. (2011). Juvenile offenders. In Correctional Mental Health: From Theory to Practice. T. J. Fagan and R. K. Ax (eds). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Cocozza, J., DePrato, D., Phillippi, S., & Keator, K. (2013). Changing juvenile justice practice and policy: Implementing evidence-based practices in Louisiana. In A.M. Culp (Ed.), Child and Family Advocacy. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
Reports & Manuals
Jefferson Parish Screening and Assessment Resource Manual, click here.
Juvenile Detention Screening Instruments, click here.
LSUHSC NCMHJJ Fostering Movement Toward EBPs
Louisiana Legislature EBP whitepaper
Louisiana EBP Selection Assessment Guide
Romanelli, L. H., Jensen, P., Skowyra, K., Cocozza, J. Phillippi, S., Calderoni, D., & Cooling, S. (2011). Parent Empowerment Program (PEP)- Juvenile Justice. Published by the REACH Institute. New York, NY.
Phillippi, S., Siegel, G., Scharf, P., Atkinson, A., McCann, E., & Arteaga, P. (2016). A legislated study of raising the age of juvenile jurisdiction in Louisiana: The future of 17-year-olds in the Louisiana justice system. In response to Louisiana House Concurrent Resolution No. 73 of the 2015 Regular Session. New Orleans, LA: LSUHSC Institute for Public Health & Justice. Available HERE.
Phillippi, S, Lentini K., Williams V., et al. (2017). Louisiana juvenile drug court program standards. Published by the Louisiana Supreme Court- Office of Drug Court Programs. New Orleans, LA. Available HERE.